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Taiwan's leading astronomy institute joins Australia, Brazil, Chile, Israel, South Korea and the United States in building one of the world's largest and most powerful telescopes.
UArizona is one of only 16 institutions to be awarded the Innovation & Economic Prosperity Designee 5-Year Extension by the Association of Public & Land Grant Universities.
The center will advance research and conservation efforts, educate future conservation scientists and leaders and develop a broader understanding of the Earth's biosphere.
At the university's Kuiper-Arizona Laboratory for Astromaterials Analysis, a suite of instruments allows researchers to study the particles collected by the OSIRIS-REx mission the down to the atomic scale.
From delivering a historic asteroid sample to setting a university record in Fulbright Scholars, the University of Arizona celebrated several newsmaking events in 2023.
Douglas Loy and Wolfgang Fink, both in the College of Engineering, have made substantial contributions to academia and created inventions that have impacted many fields.
For the fifth consecutive year, the university is ranked among the nation's top 20 public research universities, according to the National Science Foundation.
Members of the public helped the University of Arizona's Catalina Sky Survey spot a previously unknown near-Earth asteroid on its orbit around the sun.
A University of Arizona team tracked down a contested piece of space junk that crashed onto the moon. Their findings shed light on why it left not one but two craters.