While the Tucson Festival of Books has always featured a science pavilion, this year it has expanded its science offerings into a full-fledged "Science City."
The La Niña event that has been behind much of this winter’s dry weather is waning, but experts forecast more drought and elevated fire risk in coming months in the Southwest.
UA researcher Rafe Sagarin rethinks the seemingly intractable problem of national security by drawing inspiration from a surprising source—nature—in his new book.
The new bilingual Transborder Climate reports on research and forecasts related to
climate and its impacts in the transboundary U.S.-Mexico border region.
Kimberly Ogden's talk on March 6 in Washington will focus on the advantages and challenges of using algae as a source of biodiesel and jet fuel.
A recently published UA study projects that the power of extreme winter storms will increase by more than 12 percent over the next 20 years, and more thereafter.
Nick McKay, a UA PhD candidate in the department of geosciences, describes his research on Earth's distant past using sediment records from Lake Bosumtwi in semi-arid southern Ghana.
Parasitic wasps that use tiny insects known as aphids as living nurseries for their brood can sniff out whether the host insect is protected by symbiotic bacteria.
Students and faculty members will have the opportunity to show off their marketable research ideas on March 6.
Árbol de la Vida and Likins halls are the first residency projects in the state to receive platinum LEED certification, joining the UA Campus Recreation Center.
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