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The College of Veterinary Medicine recently performed 20 spay or neuter treatments aboard the mobile surgical unit its inaugural service trip.
University of Arizona researchers' findings from studying young trees can help shape forest management policy and our understanding of how landscapes will change.
The findings from new research, led by University of Arizona dendrochronologist Bryan Black, could have implications for seismic preparedness measures in the region.
After dropping off its historic sample from asteroid Bennu, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is headed to its next target: another potentially hazardous near-Earth asteroid, called Apophis.
The delivery from the asteroid Bennu, seven years after the spacecraft launched, marks the end of the space-voyaging phase of the mission. Scientists will now study the rocks and dust to better understand the origins of life on Earth.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers observed detailed features, including roiling clouds of dust, in the atmosphere of a brown dwarf planet 40 light-years away.
Climate models and geologic archives are at odds over whether Earth gradually warmed or cooled over the past few thousand years. Researchers tackle this global "temperature conundrum" in a new paper.
A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy supports a UArizona agrivoltaics project that will examine how crop production and livestock grazing can flourish at existing commercial solar farms.
Most biologists have assumed that ants wander aimlessly around a new environment. New UArizona research suggests that at least one species of rock ant actually searches in a more methodical way.
Less than a year after the James Webb Space Telescope's Christmas Day launch in 2021, scientists have captured images of the most distant galaxies ever seen.