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Brother Guy says he won't answer the question 'What is Life?' in his opening lecture.

University area packed with pockets of knowledge to be shared with community.

Nearby regions of the brain can take on reading, writing and speaking tasks lost to brain damage from stroke or trauma.

  • Dennis Zaritsky and Buell T. Jannuzi Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Galileo was the first person to point a telescope toward the heavens, and his observations of the moons of Jupiter changed how we understand o…

  • Charles Stafford Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Most Tucsonans would agree that Tucson has more than enough heat to go around, but few think our excess heat is good for anything.

  • Joaquin Ruiz Special To The Arizona Daily Star

This has been a good year for science at the University of Arizona - and for Tucson.

  • Carole Beal Special To The Arizona Daily Star

This spring, more than 300 Arizona middle and high school students played "Teach Ourselves," an online game that entices students to master ma…

  • Richard Snodgrass Special To The Arizona Daily Star

You purchase a book from an online seller. The government keeps records of your Social Security contributions. The University of Arizona track…

  • Hao Helen Zhang Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Traditional cancer diagnosis relies on procedures such as tumor biopsy, imaging and other tests. Although effective to indicate cancer stages,…

  • Noah K. Whiteman Special To The Arizona Daily Star

My students and I study how and why plant toxins evolved and how attackers of plants, including humans, detoxify these molecules.

  • Pélagie Beeson Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Until Congresswoman Gabri-elle Giffords was shot in the head on Jan. 8, 2011, most people had never heard the word "aphasia," which means diff…

  • William McCallum Special To The Arizona Daily Star

The University of Arizona has a proud tradition of integrating teaching, research and outreach in science, technology, engineering and mathema…

  • Mark D. Barton Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Chopped vegetables may seem an unlikely metaphor for the formation of copper deposits. However, one of geology's enduring challenges is deciph…

  • Francina Dominguez and Christopher L. Castro Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Together with colleagues and students at the University of Arizona's department of atmospheric sciences, we are improving projections of futur…

  • Tsu-Shuen Tsao Special To The Arizona Daily Star

In addition to the changes we can see with our eyes when a person becomes overweight, changes also occur in the person's blood and cells. One …

  • Thomas W. Swetnam Special To The Arizona Daily Star

After the record-breaking heat waves of summer 2012 and other weather disasters this fall, the threat of climate change continues to confront us.

  • Oliver Monti Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Imagine this: No monthly electricity bills, no power outages because of summer storms. All you need?

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 The advantage of the Giant Magellan Telescope’s adaptive optics technology shows clearly when comparing simulated images of a dense star fiel…

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Charles Stafford