Participants in the UA's Mining Engineering Camp spent a week above ground and underground learning about mineral exploration and processing, mine operations and the sustainability of mining, safety procedures and blasting.
The western states contribute significantly to American agriculture, but heat waves and drought threaten the quality and quantity of food produced there, writes UA research scientist Gary Paul Nabhan in this opinion piece.
Ground has been broken for the first permanent home for the UA's Institute of the Environment. The building, designed to resemble a slot canyon, will house classrooms, conference space, labs and offices.
Renowned landscape photographer and University of Arizona professor Frank Gohlke will photograph the world's last wild apple forests in Kazakhstan, a once-in-a-lifetime project made possible by a Fulbright Scholar grant.
Funded through a $250,000 grant from the Arizona Public Service Foundation to enhance STEM education across the state, 50 teachers from elementary and middle schools across Arizona are spending part of their summer immersed as researchers at UA’s...