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A team of UA researchers in engineering and chemistry, with two women as principal investigators, has received a three-year, $590,000 NSF award.
A UA-led study combined projections of future climate with tree-ring records, suggesting that forests increasingly are aching under the burden of climate change.
With the addition of the 2016 cohort, 330 interns will count themselves as alumni of KEYS, a program recognized as a vital pathway for developing science interests and skills in pre-college students.
UA scientists traced carbon dioxide flows through a forest during photosynthesis and respiration, and the results could make climate prediction models more accurate.
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.
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.
When older adults tell stories, they often go off on tangents because they have trouble inhibiting other thoughts. New research shows how inhibition deficits also affect the way they see.
Two pieces of Bisbee-born azurite — one of which traveled the world — met again by chance, thanks to the eagle eye of a student worker. Here's the story of how it happened.
With the help of the UA-led national data management project CyVerse, three agencies are funding a study of the Earth's climate with robotic floats and supercomputers.
A group of UA students and alumni have received hundreds of thousands of dollars in National Science Foundation funding by their acceptance into the Graduate Research Fellowship Program.