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Ready for a Super-Fast Internet? UA Scientists Are Fast at Work on It

UANews | October 1, 2014
The College of Optical Sciences is leading an international effort to develop the technology of tomorrow.

Using the Force: UA Police Officer Completes NASA Project

UANews | September 26, 2014
Andrew Lincowski has designs on a career as a scientist, and his current and future colleagues say he has the right stuff.

Live Bugs Tell of a Bug's Life at Insect Festival

UANews | September 24, 2014
They're creepy, crawly ... and awesome! Come inside a hands-on event as UA students explain the world of arthropods.

$50M Gift From Haury Estate to Focus on Environment, Society and Southwest

UANews | September 22, 2014
A large bequest to the UA Foundation from the estate of Agnese Nelms Haury, a longtime friend of the University, has pushed the Arizona NOW fundraising campaign past the billion-dollar mark.

Meteorite That Doomed Dinosaurs Remade Forests

UANews | September 16, 2014
The impact decimated slow-growing evergreens and made way for fast-growing, deciduous plants, UA researchers say, and that provides an explanation for those fall colors.

Asian Monsoon Much Older Than Previously Thought

UANews | September 15, 2014
Scientists originally thought the climate pattern, which brings torrential summer rains and dry winters, began 22-25 million years ago as a result of the uplift of the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya Mountains. But UA researchers say that's not going back far enough.

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