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Maps of Earth's temperature and rainfall 56 million years ago could provide insight into the planet's future as carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere increase.
Shock-darkened meteorites are characterized by dark veins. Planetary scientists have been unable to pinpoint a nearby asteroid source of these meteorites – until now.
Researchers at UArizona and Penn State University are drawing inspiration from bacteria under the sea to develop technology capable of capturing and repurposing methane, an extremely potent greenhouse gas.
Yeast cells and human immune system cells rely on similar chemical reactions to know when to grow. Scientists have identified differences between the cell types that could help with the development of antifungal drugs.
Adults ages 60 and older who sit for long periods watching TV or engaging in other passive, sedentary behaviors may be at increased risk of developing dementia, according to a new study.
Nature is full of patterns. Among them are tiling patterns, like what you see on a giraffe's coat. But what makes these natural patterns form? A new UArizona study uses bacteria to help answer that question.
Living with high inflation and a tumultuous economy requires a change of mindset, says Richard P. Rosen, associate professor of personal and family financial planning.
The partnership, which also includes researchers in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, will focus on developing technology that will provide connectivity between quantum computers over short and long distances.
University of Arizona students and faculty members completed a comprehensive study to track and characterize satellites, using a ground-based sensor they developed to measure satellites' brightness, speed and paths through the sky.