The University of Arizona is home to more than 70 world-class research centers, institutes, laboratories, networks and programs, which serve as hubs of collaboration and expertise. They collectively advance our understanding of pressing issues such as water sustainability, climate change, ecosystem conservation, and energy and move solutions into society.
The NSF-UA Accelerator Mass Spectrometry facility is dedicated to the study of cosmogenic isotopes, with special emphasis on radiocarbon, 14C. The laboratory acts both as an analytical resource to the general community and as a research and training center.
ART is an approved service center at The University of Arizona providing GIS related services. Specifically, they provide assistance in GIS project development, data acquisition, and spatial analysis.
The Haury Program supports an array of programming to further research, education, and partnerships for socially just solutions to environmental problems.
Amazon-PIRE is an international partnership between scientists in the U.S. and Brazil that seeks to understand the future of Amazon forests under climate change.
The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine's goal is to contribute rigorous scientific research on the integration of complementary and alternative therapies with conventional medicine. The Center focuses on three areas: educational research, corporate health research, and clinical outcomes.
The Arizona Geochronology Center serves as a scientific, technologic, and organizational focal point for research involving the measurements, interpretations, and applications of ages and rates in earth and planetary materials and processes.
ALEC is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art analyses of organic and inorganic micro-pollutants to faculty, staff, and students engaged in water sustainability research.
APMC is an umbrella organization within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, whose goal is to create a working environment in which the science and implementation of Integrated Pest Management can thrive in Arizona.
The primary activities of ASRC focus on research supported by basic and applied research contracts and grants to develop and apply remote sensing and GIS technologies to problems in agriculture, natural resource management, and the environment.
Arizona Research Laboratories (ARL) is a group of researchers and core services solving critical scientific problems and generating knowledge for the future.