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Blowing Up Stars

UANews | January 31, 2012
For his discoveries about the lives and deaths of stars, the exotic physics of black holes and the origin of chemical elements, UA Regents' Professor David Arnett has been honored with the Henry Norris Russell Lectureship by the American Astronomical Society.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Abound at UA

UANews | January 30, 2012
The UA offers many opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved in cutting-edge scientific research. "Now is the time to apply for research during the summer," said Glenda Gentile, director of the UA College of Science's Office of Undergraduate Research.

UA Tech Park Has Significant Impact on Region

UANews | January 27, 2012
In 2009, the UA Tech Park and its resident companies had an economic impact of $2.67 billion in Pima County. This included $1.81 billion in direct economic impacts such as wages paid and supplies and services purchased and $861 million in indirect and induced dollar impacts, finds a new study.

Blip in Night Sky Tells Story of Cosmic Catastrophe

UANews | January 27, 2012
NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day, taken by Adam Block of the UA’s Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, shows the aftermath of a stellar explosion that happened 25 million years ago in an odd-shaped galaxy that may have merged with a second galaxy.

Series Promotes Conversations Between Artists, Scientists

UANews | January 26, 2012
The UA School of Art's visiting artist and lecture series is designed to increase public understanding of the important role contemporary art holds in addressing critically important issues of the day.

$1.25M Project Could Make Mining, Construction Safer

UANews | January 24, 2012
A UA engineering research program into new methods of determining rock strength could reduce hazardous working conditions that cause thousands of deaths every year in mining and construction. The program also will address the dwindling number of professionals who work in this area.