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University of Arizona researchers are teaming up with partners around the world to promote resilience and create solutions to global climate challenges.
To mark the lecture series' 100-year anniversary, an evening celebration will include a presentation on the newest science to come out of the James Webb Space Telescope, a chance to peer at the sky through telescopes, recognition of a new endowed chair and the opening of Steward Observatory's visitor center.
The College of Science Lecture Series returns in person this month to explore how minerals can reveal secrets of the past, power our present and be sustainably mined in the future.
A. Elizabeth "Betsy" Arnold, Carol Gregorio and Cecile McKee are the newest fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
When the pandemic sent many students home from class, UArizona researchers developed an at-home lesson plan to teach high schoolers about bioinformatics and SARS-CoV-2.
Beneath Earth's surface is a vibrant world of life unlike any other, and researchers hope to dig into its secrets by partnering with companies that drill up to thousands of feet deep.
Professional forecasters' predictions for this year's monsoon season are "basically a scientific shrug," according to UArizona climate researchers. Now, members of the public can put their own monsoon predictions to the test in a fantasy monsoon game.
A new virtual program brings Biosphere 2 science and scientists to student groups wherever they may be on the first biosphere – planet Earth.
A grant and faculty support from the University of Arizona is helping Tucson's Dunbar Pavilion – a former segregated school – evolve into a revitalized community center.
Experts will focus on climate, space, artificial intelligence and genetic engineering – four topics that continue to change the world and influence the way people will live in the future.