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2021 Lecture Series
Footprints at White Sands National Park in New Mexico confirm human presence over at least two millennia, with the oldest tracks dating back 23,000 years.
UArizona again contributed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, with researcher Jessica Tierney helping pen much of the section on drought and aridity.
Scientists have long debated what is under the surface of Mars' south pole. A new study points to clays being more likely than a subsurface lake.
UArizona's CyVerse will take part in a $20 million institute that aims to transform agriculture through artificial intelligence.
There are huge differences in species numbers among the major branches of the tree of life. New research finds that sexual reproduction and multicellularity drive that diversity.
Summers are a smorgasbord of insect activity in Arizona. Entomologist Gene Hall breaks down some of the unique critters that are making an appearance after the monsoon rains.
New UArizona-led research identifies climate change challenges faced by U.S. Department of Defense facilities, and solutions that might serve as a model for other large organizations.
A less invasive optogenetic device, which shines light at specific neurons in the brain, takes researchers a step closer to new treatments for chronic pain, depression, epilepsy and more.
The study will help researchers better understand how difficulties in romantic relationships affect mental health, well-being and risk for depression.
The university achieved a record 124 license agreements, launched 17 new companies, and grew the number of inventions disclosed and patents filed.
UArizona is providing the software hub for the NEID spectrometer on Kitt Peak as the instrument begins its mission to discover Earth-like planets elsewhere in the Milky Way.