To understand the unique experience of Black grief, it's necessary to consider the collective grief Black Americans have suffered as the result of America's long history of racialization and racist violence, UArizona experts say.
For the seventh year in a row, UArizona hurricane forecasters predict an above-average hurricane season, beginning June 1. Their forecast shows 14 named storms and seven hurricanes developing over the Atlantic Ocean.
The contribution from UArizona alumnus Terry J. Lundgren and his wife, Tina, will fund collaborative research and education opportunities to provide innovative solutions to the retail challenges of the future.
Through UArizona startup BG Networks, engineering researchers are working to make cybersecurity for the "Internet of Things" more accessible for companies and organizations.
The extended UArizona-led mission, dubbed OSIRIS-APEX, will study the near-Earth asteroid Apophis, which is expected to have a close encounter with Earth in 2029.
The University of Arizona is ranked No. 93 overall, No. 49 among U.S. institutions and No. 27 among public colleges and universities in the annual Center for World University Rankings, released Monday.
A UArizona doctoral student has developed a new way to precisely measure radio antennas used in astronomy and satellite communications. The technology has been licensed to startup Fringe Metrology.
Ponds, lakes, rivers and streams cover only a tiny fraction of Earth's surface, yet they are home to a comparatively large number of different species, finds a study led by UArizona ecologists.
A team of University of Arizona researchers is working to scale up production of carbon-absorbing marine algae in an effort to curb the worst impacts of climate change.
The April 26 event in Washington, D.C., will ask "How Free is Speech on Campus, and Does it Matter?" The discussion, which will be livestreamed, is part of the College of Humanities' Fearless Inquiries Project.
Jessica Tierney will be the first climatologist to win the National Science Foundation's Alan T. Waterman Award since Congress established it in 1975. She is also the first from UArizona to ever receive the honor.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in STEM disciplines.