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Declines in native biodiversity can open opportunities for imported species to not only grab a foothold in a new territory, but also to evolve into invasive pests.
A native of the earthquake-torn country, Bhuwan Thapa has a keen interest in relief efforts and in helping with farming issues that threaten water and food security.
The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture has become one of the world's most influential global platforms for exploring innovations toward sustainable agriculture and food security.
Unified English Braille soon will be the accepted code for braille across the nation. At the UA, College of Education faculty members have been preparing future teachers for changes, while also working to educate the community about what the changes mean.
The mating dance of these insects involves much more than their pheromone cologne. It depends on the time of day and the season, according to UA-led researchers.
Congratulations to these recently honored University employees.
With one of the fastest-growing major economies and the second-largest population in the world, India represents unique collaborative opportunities for the UA.
UA researchers examined the quality of life in older married couples, finding that the key to successful aging may lie in the physical and mental health of a person's spouse.
Fundraising successes such as the Humanities Seminars program have been important to the Arizona NOW campaign and to the UA's community outreach.
In a seven-week survey of eight high-poverty Tucson neighborhoods, students found that many of the poor are employed and not receiving assistance.
A collaborative study received approval in early May to begin accepting human subjects, in an effort to determine whether older adults suffering from prolonged hearing loss receive a cognitive boost after cochlear implant surgery.
Inaugural gathering will bring together more than 60 preservationists, scholars and community advocates from across the country to discuss cultural heritage issues.
The UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, working to advance the next generation of thinkers and researchers, has named a new group to be funded during 2015-2016.
After years of polishing to perfection, the telescope mirror that is expected to revolutionize our view of the cosmos has left the UA's Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab. Its destination: Chile.
Sampling the world's oceans aboard the Tara Oceans research vessel, a UA-led international team uncovered new information about the ways marine viruses and microbes interact.
Wrapping up our Commencement 2015 coverage, we bring you the inspirational story of Earl Mitchell, who kept a college degree in his sights since leaving the UA in 2010.
Bulk-buying of food might not be such a boon to the budget after all. Research by the UA's Victoria Ligon and Anita Bhappu found that consumers shop too infrequently and overbuy when they do, contributing to waste.
More than 70 percent support government action to reduce global warming, and a majority of state residents believe people are at least partly to blame for warmer temperatures.
The recent restoration of Old Main, a UA campus treasure, brought state and regional awards this month for its planning, design and construction team.
The U19 team, which will compete in this summer's World Championships in Greece, is one of five national teams for USA Basketball.