Webb Telescope looks to the skies with clear eyes, thanks to UArizona's NIRCam

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Webb Telescope looks to the skies with clear eyes, thanks to UArizona's NIRCam

After months of alignment and fine-tuning, the James Webb Space Telescope has produced its first clear image of a star, thanks to the Near Infrared Camera developed and managed by UArizona. NASA is confident that the telescope's optics can achieve the mission's science goals.

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Ketchup, the telephone and Cherry Coke: Scholar explains how world's fairs bring inventions to the public

World's fairs introduced us to Heinz ketchup, the Ferris wheel and countless other innovations. Lisa Schrenk is a UArizona scholar who studies world's fairs and their cultural impacts.

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Photo gallery: Wonder House showcases UArizona at SXSW

From asteroid science to cricket tacos, UArizona experts spoke on a range of topics at the university's Wonder House at SXSW in Austin. Check out images from the festival in this gallery.

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Construction scheduled to begin on new home for Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

The $23 million, donor-funded project will provide new space for the internationally recognized UArizona center, which focuses on whole-person wellness.

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Women in climate change: Courtney Crosson

UArizona is celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting some of the many women on campus working on climate change-related issues in hopes of creating a better future.

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Masks may become optional at UArizona next week

If COVID-19 transmission rates remain in line with the rest of the county, masks will become recommended but not required in indoor spaces on the Tucson campus beginning March 21.

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