When Margarita and Rene Acosta arrived in San Manuel, the mining town north of Tucson in 1977, they did so with the hope of finding steady employment and, more importantly, getting an education for their three children.
A revitalized clean-room practices lab at the University of Arizona aims to make its students more marketable for high-tech jobs after graduation.
PHOENIX — The state’s jobless rate was unchanged last month at 7.3 percent as the economic recovery remained sluggish.
Rep. Matt Salmon was blunt when talking to the biggest names in Arizona’s higher-education system in a crowded conference room at ASU’s Polytechnic campus on Thursday.
The city of Tucson has made a formal proposal to become the home of a $5 billion “gigafactory” for lithium-ion batteries for electric cars.
This photo shows a microscopic image of a thin glass interposer used in a new generation of stacked "3-D" integrated circuits, made by Triton.
The future of electronics may be up, instead of out. And that's a good direction for a local company vying to be part of perhaps the next big thing in electronics: so-called 3-D circuit design.
ATLANTA — The philanthropic arm of shipping giant UPS said it will no longer give money to the Boy Scouts of America as long as the group discriminates against gays, the second major corporation to recently strip funding from the scouts.
CHANDLER - Construction cranes looming over Intel Corp.'s Ocotillo campus are helping assemble a $5.2 billion chip-fabrication plant that will employ 1,000 people.
Five Tucson students made their mark last month at the premier global science competition for high schoolers.
Montessori school sets teacher training
Five Southern Arizona high schoolers won overall grand and special awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Intel (Chandler plant, above) and AMD, whose chips power PCs, are showing big changes this week in Las Vegas.