The Arizona Board of Regents earmarked $3.1 million from the state's Technology and Research Initiative Fund to support new research into Valley fever detection technology, genomics and seasonal outbreak patterns.
Future University of Arizona Health Sciences students will have new health care career opportunities thanks to the Arizona Board of Regents' approval of three new degree programs.
Coffee is the world's most traded product, and it is highly vulnerable to climate change. Researchers at Biosphere 2 are studying coffee plant sensitivity and how growing and bean processing conditions affect flavor.
On Wednesday, the campus community celebrated the grand opening of the Student Success District, a new, nine-acre span of four buildings packed with services and programs focused on helping students thrive.
Jeehey Kim studies Asian photography, with a specific focus on funerary photography – the practice of taking people's portraits for use at their eventual funerals.
A study combining climate change records with fossil evidence of mammals in Africa reveals that times of erratic climate change are not followed by major upheavals in evolution.
Indoor mask use is still recommended on campus, and Commencement is currently expected to proceed as normal, university President Robert C. Robbins said Monday.
The Arizona Board of Regents confirmed the appointments of Sama Alshaibi, Jean-Luc Brédas, Dr. Juanita Merchant, David Pietz and Dr. Donata Vercelli as Regents Professors.
The gift will establish two research faculty positions and support training to advance translational research in cardiovascular diseases, neurosciences and mental health.
Student-athlete spotlights, talks on photography and gender equality, and branded Wildcat merchandise are part of UArizona's recognition of Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, which the university celebrates in April.
A team of astronomers including researchers from the University of Arizona has discovered evidence of a giant planet in the process of forming. This provides the first-ever look at the earliest stages of the formation of a gas giant planet, when it's still embedded in the disk of gas and dust surrounding its young host star.
UArizona researchers were leaders in a worldwide effort to understand tropical trees and their futures under climate change. They found that heat and drought slow the growth of these trees, which are major carbon dioxide absorbers.