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Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium's newest exhibit, "Undersea Discovery," takes visitors on a journey from the ocean shore to its rarely seen depths, providing a look at the colorful animals and plants that make up the vast waters of the world.
Using computational imaging tools, optical sciences professor David Brady has developed a novel technique called sparse holography that creates three-dimensional images from two-dimensional holograms. The work earned him the Emmett N. Leith Medal from Optica.
Regents Professors Marcia and George Rieke and UArizona alumna Jane Rigby were recognized for their accomplishments in astronomy and key contributions to the James Webb Space Telescope.
Stephanie Russo Carroll, associate director of the Native Nations Institute, encourages institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize Indigenous Peoples' right to control data on their communities, lands and cultures.
Scientists at the UArizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory have created an online portal that allows members of the public to help discover asteroids hurtling through our solar system.
Bruce Tabashnik, a Regents Professor of Entomology whose discoveries helped eradicate the invasive pink bollworm from the United States and Mexico, is one of 120 new members elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.
A new Webb Space Telescope image of the bright, nearby star Fomalhaut reveals its planetary system with details never seen before, including nested concentric rings of dust. These belts most likely are carved by the gravitational forces produced by embedded, unseen planets.
The project, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Bridgestone, focuses on growing and processing guayule (pronounced why-OO-lee), a hardy, perennial shrub that could be an alternative source of natural rubber.
A four-person crew sealed themselves in an air-tight pressurized habitat, called the Space Analog for the Moon and Mars, for six days to practice what it might be like to live on the surface of another celestial body.
UArizona inventors were issued 92 patents in 2022 for innovations that included a technique for imaging cancer cells, a wearable 3D augmented reality display and an antioxidant sunscreen.