UArizona Team Creates Instrument to Study Invisible Clouds that Warm Earth The doctoral student leading the project ushered the instrument from concept to launch into near space. The instrument will eventually be deployed onboard a NASA CubeSat to...
Ever Been Lost in the Grocery Store? Researchers are Closer to Knowing Why it Happens A new study led by UArizona psychologists suggests that the brain differentiates very similar environments – such as two stores from the same...
UArizona Researchers Develop Ultra-Thin 'Computer on the Bone' Engineers and physicians teamed up to develop a wireless device to monitor and protect bone health. Emily Dieckman Today University Communications IMG_4738.jpg Osseosurface electronic devices, which attach...
A Life Less Obvious: Study Sheds Light on the Evolution of Underground Microbes A new study sheds light on the evolutionary history of what might be the most elusive form of life on Earth: the deep biosphere –...
Researchers Develop Tools to Listen, Talk to Plants with $25M from NSF Through a newly established NSF Science and Technology Center, University of Arizona researchers will use digital tools to communicate with plants and develop new crops to...
COVID Curriculum Brings Science Home for High School Students New research outlines a UArizona-developed curriculum that teaches high school students about coronaviruses, genetics and more. Mikayla Mace Kelley Today University Communications at home.jpg High school...
UArizona Chemists Develop Flame Retardant Sulfur Plastics from Fossil Fuel Waste The new material is flame retardant, unlike almost all other plastics on the market. Mikayla Mace Kelley Today University Communications Sulfur mounds.jpg 70 million...
Engineers 3D-Print Personalized, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge The new devices, custom made to fit individuals, could mean massive improvements in the monitoring and treatment of diseases, the testing of new drugs and the ability to...
HydroGEN Project Awarded $5M to Model National Water Resources Using Machine Learning HydroGEN, a UArizona-led project funded by the National Science Foundation's Convergence Accelerator program, will allow researchers to build a national platform for hydrologic forecasting. Mikayla...

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