Ian Pepper, director of the Environmental Research Laboratory, has been elected into the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, as a Board...
A new master’s degree program at the University of Arizona is focused on preparing students to battle poverty and hunger across the globe.
Despite its desert landscape and lack of an ocean, Tucson is home to one of the world's leading experts in shrimp pathology: UA professor Donald Lightner.
The UA's Dennis Ray will lead the effort of breeding guayule, a rubber-producing plant suited for arid environments, to achieve higher yields and reduced harvest cycle time.
This summer, students will work with Arizona Cooperative Extension on sustainability projects throughout the state - providing them valuable on-the-job experience.
Universities and museums are natural allies. The UA's museums collectively are ranked No. 5 on a list of the most amazing university museums by Best Colleges Online.
The College of Engineering's Engineering Design Day featured student inventions like a hydroponic barley fodder system, a portable weather chamber, and a mammal GPS tracker.
Sharon B. Megdal, director of the UA Water Resources Research Center, WRRC, has been elected president of the National Institutes for Water Resources, NIWR.
Rafe Sagarin and Eric Magrane discuss observation, art, science, aesthetics, and biomimicry in a wide-ranging conversation on art and environment.
Carl Olson morphed from a child fascinated with caterpillars into an insect collection curator known as the "Bug Man."
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