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A new report suggests increasing fall temperatures may be a significant driver of declining butterfly populations in the western United States.
Two newly-funded research initiatives at WEST seek to improve membrane processes for advanced water purification.
Research by Caleb Warren, assistant professor of marketing at the UA, indicates that consuming brands ironically is a way to secretly signal our identity or beliefs to people who know us.
Anthem, AZ serves as a test bed for improving emergency response times by controlling traffic signals.
As Chinese space station Tiangong-1 falls to Earth, UA astronomer Vishnu Reddy and aerospace engineering graduate student Tanner Campbell are tracking its path using technology they developed in four months—with less than $2,000.
The telescope will be used to track satellites and other objects in space
In the basement of a building constructed with NASA funds in the early 1960s, University of Arizona scientists prepare to study asteroid dirt from OSIRIS-REx, a first-of-its-kind NASA mission.
Not only is algae inexpensive and low-maintenance, but these UA researchers are using it to make everything from omega-3 supplements to kerosene.