The University of Arizona (also referred to as U of A, UA, or Arizona) is a public research university in Tucson, Arizona, United States. Founded in 1885, the UA was the first university in the Arizona Territory. The university operates two medical schools (University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson and the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix) and is affiliated with the region's only academic medical centers (Banner - University Medical Center Tucson and Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix). The university is also home to the James E. Rogers College of Law and numerous other nationally ranked graduate and professional schools. During the 2015-2016 academic year, there was a total enrollment of 43,088 students, including 33,732 undergraduates. The University of Arizona is governed by the Arizona Board of Regents. The mission of the University of Arizona is, "To improve the prospects and enrich the lives of the people of Arizona and the world through education, research, creative expression, and community and business partnerships." The University of Arizona is one of the elected members of the Association of American Universities (an organization of North America's premier research institutions) and is the only representative from the state of Arizona to this group.

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  • UA Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory-Shrimp
    The Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory, housed within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences, works with commercial shrimp farming enterprises, research institutions and nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs, from across the world to diagnose infectious diseases of penaeid shrimp and other crustaceans in samples delivered to the UA, certif...
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  • Brown Dwarfs
    Dim objects called brown dwarfs, less massive than the sun but more massive than Jupiter, have powerful winds and clouds -- specifically, hot patchy clouds made of iron droplets and silicate dust. Scientists recently realized these giant clouds can move and thicken or thin surprisingly rapidly, in less than an Earth day, but did not understand why. Researchers have a new model for explaining how ...
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  • Stop the Bleed
    Trajarvis McMurry tried to fashion a makeshift tourniquet from his friend's shirt, but he was too weak to tighten it enough to stop the bleeding coming from his own arm. McMurry was riding in a truck that rolled over in pre-dawn darkness last June near Houghton Road on Interstate 10. Bystanders stopped to help. The 23-year-old U.S. Army veteran asked if any one had a tourniquet. No one did. Mome...
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  • Bee Scrabbling
    Bee starts by scrabbling and then gets into a buzzing mode on Begonia (nonporicidal)
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  • High Speed Bee Buzzing
    High speed of bee buzzing a Solanum (video by Keith Brust) Want to read more? Click the link below! https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/buzz-or-scrabble-foraging-bees-thats-question?utm_source=uanow&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=
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  • UA Scientist's Research May Lead to Treatment for Hot Flashes
    Fifteen years ago, Dr. Naomi Rance was at work when she experienced her first hot flash. Rance, a physician and researcher at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson, took note. "I thought to myself, I've been studying the wrong thing," says Rance, also a UA professor of pathology and neurology. "I've been studying how estrogen influences reproduction. I should try to figure out ho...
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  • Beat the Summer Heat
    When you heat up, your body has ways to keep you at a temperature where your enzymes work optimally, says Dr. Jaiva Larsen, Banner - University Medical Center Tucson emergency medicine physician and medical toxicology fellow. As summer temperatures soar in the southwest, it's time to be mindful of outdoor activity and the dangers of extreme heat.
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  • ICLS Session 4 - Building Coalitions and Celebrating Culture: The Southwest Folklife Alliance
    The Interdisciplinary Collaborations Lecture Series invites viewers to share the experience and insights of participants in four initiatives that bring together diverse perspectives from the sciences, arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and communities around the globe. In addition to discussing their innovative projects and synergies, experts will address best practices for creating...
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  • ICLS Session 1 - Creating Intersections Across Communities: The AEHN
    The Interdisciplinary Collaborations Lecture Series (ICLS) shares the experience and insights of participants in four initiatives that bring together diverse perspectives from the sciences, arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and communities around the globe. In addition to discussing their innovative projects and synergies, experts will address best practices for creating, building,...
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  • ICLS Session 2 - Mobilizing Creativity and Expertise for Change: UA’s "Smart Villages" Proposal
    The Interdisciplinary Collaborations Lecture Series (ICLS) shares the experience and insights of participants in four initiatives that bring together diverse perspectives from the sciences, arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and communities around the globe. In addition to discussing their innovative projects and synergies, experts will address best practices for creating, building,...
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  • Cicada Tunnels and Chambers
    When Cicada eggs hatch, an immature stage — called a nymph — falls onto the ground, where it will then burrow. The nymph lives underground and feeds on plant roots with its piercing-sucking mouth parts, moving along chambers and tunnels that it digs with its strong, clawlike front legs. When it's ready to molt into an adult, the nymph crawls out of the ground and looks for a surface to cling to, l...
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  • Robbins Era Begins
    Dr. Robert C. Robbins says he will be an accessible 22nd president of the University of Arizona. If his first official day on the job is an accurate preview, then he might overdeliver on that pledge. Robbins shook hands with nearly everyone in the crowd of a few hundred who came to Old Main on Thursday morning to welcome him to campus. And he insists that what you saw is what you will get from hi...
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  • ALS Research
    Daniela Zarnescu and May Khanna are on a big hunt to find a small molecule that would bind with TDP-43, a protein that's been implicated in the development of neurodegenerative diseases like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. That binding, in turn, could open the door to therapeutic drugs to treat the disease. Khanna is a biochemist who works with small molecules. Zarnescu is a molecular and ...
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  • UA Engineering Design Day Exoskeleton
    Now in its 15th year, Design Day is the culmination of the college's Engineering Design Program, in which teams of five or six students spend an entire academic year taking sponsors' projects from concept to reality. Sponsors pitch their projects to engineering design students each year in late summer at the program's open house. Hermelinda Bristol was there with her family, recruiting UA student...
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  • Growth Mindset
    With a growth mindset, people believe that their cognitive abilities are not innate or "fixed" but instead can develop through dedication and hard work. When students develop a growth mindset, they are more willing to take on challenges and learn from both their successes and their failures.
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  • Biosphere 2 Agrivoltaics
    Greg Barron-Gafford is a University of Arizona assistant professor in Biogeography and Ecosystem Science, and today he is working just outside the west entrance of Biosphere 2, located in the Sonoran desert. He's focusing on something known as agrivoltaics, a new way of "doing agriculture in the dry lands of the world," says Barron-Gafford. This new way of doing agriculture that Barron-Gafford is...
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  • WELCOME ADDRESSES - WRRC Conference 2017
    Sharon B. Megdal, Director, UA Water Resources Research Center, University of Arizona (UA) Shane Burgess, Vice President, Agriculture, Life and Veterinary Sciences, and Cooperative Extension, and Dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, UA
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  • UA Biosphere 2 Rain Forest with Researcher Tyeen Taylor
    Tyeen Taylor moves catlike along a narrow manmade path fashioned from wooden planks. The path, tucked inside a Brazilian rainforest, is manmade, too. The air is warm and thick. the scent of damp earth and assorted greenery predominates. This living lab is part of the University of Arizona's Biosphere 2, and this is where Taylor conducts much of his research on climate change, specifically, volati...
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  • IS FALLOWING THE ANSWER TO WATER SUSTAINABILITY?
    WRRC 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Panel Discussion, Amelia Flores, Tribal Secretary of the Colorado Indian Tribes - Moderator • David Bradshaw, Assistant Water Manager, Agriculture Water Management, Imperial Irrigation District • Meghan C. Scott, Esq., Attorney, BARD Water District • Jack Seiler, Trustee, Palo Verde Irrigation District, and farmer • Dan Keppen, Executive Director, Family Farm Allian...
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  • PLANNING FOR CENTRAL ARIZONA’S LOOMING AGRICULTURAL WATER SHORTAGE
    WRRC 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Moderator Katosha Nakai, Manager, Stakeholder Relations & Strategic Development Central Arizona Project • Jason Hauter, Senior Counsel, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP • Brian Betcher, General Manager, Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation & Drainage District • Dan Thelander, Partner, Tempe Farming Company
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  • LEADERSHIP TO GET TO SUSTAINABILITY IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
    WRRC 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Panel Discussion, led by Kathy Ferris, Senior Fellow, Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Arizona State University (ASU) • Mark Killian, Director, Arizona Department of Agriculture • Ron Rayner, 3rd Generation Farmer and Partner, A-Tumbling-T Ranches, and Board of Directors, Family Farm Alliance • John Sullivan, Deputy General Manager, Salt River Project (Retired)

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