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Over a period of nearly two months, water was released into the dry river bed below Morelos Dam, which straddles the U.S.-Mexico border just west of Yuma.
The fundamental structures underlying learning and memory in the brains of Invertebrates as different as a fruit fly and an earthworm are remarkably similar, according to UA neuroscientists.
From an original pool of 44 applicants, 12 individuals were selected to serve in one of three roles: entrepreneur-in-residence, executive-in-residence and investor-in-residence.
Congratulations to these recently honored University employees and programs.
A team from the UA and eight Southwestern electric utility companies has built a pioneering web portal that provides insight into renewable energy sources and how they contribute to the region’s electricity grid.
A major donation by Richard F. Caris bolsters the UA's reputation in space science and supports its commitment to the Giant Magellan Telescope, scheduled for completion in 2021 in Chile.
Combining computer modeling and field research on cotton pests, a UA-led study suggests that biotechnology and traditional agriculture can be compatible.
Second annual drive brings food, toys and gift cards to needy students and families at Peter Howell Elementary School in Tucson.
George Hammond says that despite stumbling at the start of 2014, Tucson can expect growth over the next two years.
Targeted areas will help accelerate AHSC’s efforts to expand its research portfolio, and improve the quality and diversity of Arizona’s health professions workforce.
The Arizona State Museum on the UA campus is more than brick and mortar. It's portable. In the past three years, the museum loaned objects to 17 institutions across the country.
Tucson has one of the nation's highest poverty rates among large cities. UA faculty and students are tackling the issue through a course that continues in the spring.
In 2013, the UA's downtown Phoenix academic medical center contributed $961 million to the economy, according to a report released by consultants Tripp Umbach. And that's just a taste of what is to come.
Grants establish the UA as a leader in foreign language instruction and Middle Eastern studies, and are funded under programs authorized by Title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
A massive project has opened doors to understanding the evolution of dinosaurs’ living descendants. The analysis was made possible by a platform powered by the UA's iPlant Collaborative.
Arizona coaches, administrators and student-athletes will be interviewed and the public will have a chance to sign up for Wildcat Club membership.
Climate scientist Jonathan Overpeck and anthropologist Mary C. Stiner are honored as recipients of the state university system's highest honor for faculty.
"Blind spots" around unregulated product will be the target of five-year project funded by National Institutes of Health.
The UA is participating in a nationwide initiative to expand higher-education access for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. "You're going to love it here," students and families are told as a dream comes true.
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" proteins, in aggregate form, play a significant role in diseases such as Alzheimer's, Huntington's and Parkinson's.