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Conservators such as Jae Gutierrez treat UA photos with tender loving care, making sure that valuable materials will be available to future generations. With UANews video.
Code that supports computer systems research does not always accompany its publication, which can keep others from repeating the experiment.
For nearly a month, Arizona State Museum associate conservator Teresa Moreno has safeguarded the book that gave us Shakespeare.
A UA-led study is the first to use shipwrecks as a proxy for hurricane activity. Learning more about how hurricanes correlated with climate for the past 500 years may lead to better regional predictions of hurricanes.
In advance of the Tucson Festival of Books, UA professors Fenton Johnson, Homer Pettey and Scott Selisker discuss the novel's evolution through the Internet era and consider its place in the current cultural landscape.
"The Power of Fairy Tales" at this weekend's Tucson Festival of Books will provide an interpretive reading, put on by the UA's Fairy Tale Review and Tiny Donkey magazines.
The battle is significant because the government is out to establish a legal precedent, according to law professor Derek Bambauer and information professor Yotam Shmargad.
Studies from the UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research contradict previous research that suggested when the eastern Mediterranean was dry, the western Mediterranean was wet — and vice versa.
Noam Chomsky, Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden will take part in "A Conversation on Privacy," presented by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences on March 25.
UA planetary scientist Isamu Matsuyama has helped unravel dramatic events in the early history of Mars. Everything changed when massive volcanic eruptions initiated changes that eventually caused the entire planet to tip over.
One example of the rapid change in the book industry is self-publishing, and Peter Likins knows all about the experience from putting out his first novel, "Coyote Speaks: Cross Country Run," last year.
Researchers have invented a new type of sensor designed to work effectively in high-temperature environments, and it has implications for solar power, nuclear reactors and petroleum refining.
The award recognizes lifelong contributions to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of lung disease through leadership in research, education and clinical care.
By studying the brain of the zebra finch, UA assistant professor Julie Miller hopes to expand our knowledge of the speech problems associated with Parkinson's disease.
Ruth Mondschein's passion for helping children, especially children with disabilities, was passed down to her daughters, Paula and Joan.
A program funded by Parking and Transportation Services and the Pima County Department of Transportation has helped the UA receive national recognition. With UANews video.
Romantic partners may be even more important than Mom and Dad in shaping college students' financial habits, according to a new study co-authored by UA researchers.
The ASUA organization Compost Cats has received an award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in honor of its campus and citywide sustainability efforts.
The UA Health Sciences will commit significant resources to precision medicine – translating large-scale clinical and genomic data to accelerate disease prevention, early detection and treatment – through the UA Center for Biomedical Informatics and Biostatistics and the UA Center for Applied Genetics and Genomic Medicine.
John and Diane Patience have pledged the funds in honor of the groundbreaking cancer diagnostics work of Dr. Thomas Grogan, professor emeritus of pathology at the UA.