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UA Tech Park Business Debuts Solar Resource for TEP

UANews | January 19, 2011
A new 1.6-megawatt array located in the UA Science and Technology Park's Solar Zone will offer solar energy to Tucson Electric Power customers. The system's output will be sold through TEP's new Bright Tucson Community Solar Program.

UA Behind Community Water Conservation Project

UANews | January 18, 2011
The pilot program will help local homeowners install water-harvesting equipment in exchange for data collection and a donation to local environmental projects. The goal is to help keep local environmental projects from running out of water.

Video Artist's UA Visit to Bridge Arts, Science

UANews | January 18, 2011
Internationally acclaimed film and video artist Peter Rose will now give a free public presentation at the UA on Wednesday, Jan. 19. His works raise intriguing questions about the nature of time, space, light and perception and draw upon his background in mathematics.

UA Science Lecture Series Reaches Toward Our Cosmic Origins

UANews | January 18, 2011
This year's UA College of Science spring lecture  series, "Cosmic Origins," will focus on modern cosmology insights, triumphs and timeless mysteries. The first lecture is on Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. in  Centennial Hall on the UA campus. 

UA Engineering Leads Haiti Earthquake Survey Team

UANews | January 18, 2011
One year ago, a massive earthquake devastated Haiti. An engineering team from the UA is looking at ways to reduce the carnage inflicted by future earthquakes while the island and its people recover slowly amid disease and mountains of rubble. 

UA Physicists Take New Look at the Atom

UANews | January 14, 2011
UA physicists have discovered a new way to measure how single atoms interact with a surface. Their findings help develop nanotechnology and test new theories about the internal structure of atoms.

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