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Galaxy Clusters Formed as 'Fireworks'

UANews | March 31, 2015
Observations with UA observatories in Arizona and space observatories reveal glimpses into how today’s galaxies came to be. Using one-of-a-kind instrumentation, astronomers were able to study large numbers of "mystery galaxies."

A Better Method for Forecasting Hurricane Season

UANews | March 31, 2015
Damages from U.S. hurricanes between 1970 and 2002 cost $57 billion. UA scientists say that better predictions can help with emergency preparedness, which could limit damages, cut costs and save lives.

Nobel Laureates Say UA Scientists Paved Way

UANews | March 27, 2015
Longtime connections to the 2014 recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine bring four of the world's leading brain researchers to campus in celebration of several milestones.

TLA Hosts Leaders in Tech Commercialization

UANews | March 25, 2015
In the evolving field of "tech transfer," the UA's Tech Launch Arizona is positioned at the intersection of entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth.

Nobel Recipients to Celebrate UA Brain Science

UANews | March 23, 2015
Pioneering scholars with long-standing ties to UA faculty members Lynn Nadel and Carol Barnes will visit campus this week to inaugurate the Center for Innovation in Brain Science.

UA-Born Traffic App Launches in Tucson

UANews | March 19, 2015
Professor's startup company is another example of innovation taken all the way to commercialization with the assistance of Tech Launch Arizona.

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