07/07/16: Future of Hurricane Forecasting Looking Up

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July 06, 2016

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Future of Hurricane Forecasting Looking Up

Thanks to scientific and technological improvements that UA scientists are helping to advance, the frequency and characteristics of hurricanes are becoming more predictable both seasonally and in the short term.

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UA Journalism Instructor's Book Being Developed Into Movie

UA journalism instructor Joe Sharkey's 1992 non-fiction book, "Above Suspicion" is being made into a movie starring Emilia Clarke of "Game of Thrones."

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Are We Giving Up on Cardiac Arrest Patients Too Soon?

A new UA study suggests that physicians need to give comatose cardiac arrest survivors more time to awaken before they make a prognosis. Some patients were unconscious for a week, but ended up fine neurologically.

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Your UA Summer To-Do List

UA centers and programs are hosting a range of events this summer, including exhibitions, tours, talks, yoga classes and other activities. Many are indoors – offering opportunities to beat the heat and escape the monsoon storms.

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