06/30/16: Bennu: How a Little Asteroid Became a Rock Star

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June 30, 2016

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Bennu: How a Little Asteroid Became a Rock Star

UA scientist Carl Hergenrother tells the whole story of how the space rock originally known as 1999 RQ36 was chosen — by process of elimination — as the destination for the UA-led OSIRIS-REx sample return mission.

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UA Athletic Trainer Achieves His Own Olympic Dream

Like an athlete who has prepared for years, Dustin Williams is ready for the big stage and will serve as head athletic trainer for the U.S. track and field team in Rio. With UANews video.

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UA Alumna Maria Andrade Receives 2016 World Food Prize

The native of Cape Verde Islands studied agronomy and plant genetics at the UA, and her sweet-potato research has impacted the lives of children and farmers in Mozambique.

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UA Center Awarded $3.4M to Support Rural Health in Arizona

The center will receive federal and state funds over the next five years to continue its mission of improving the health and wellness of rural and vulnerable populations.

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