The plan includes a free modem and no set-up fee. But there are limits.
Tucson-based Missile Systems has printed up most of a missile, but production is a ways off.
Astronomers trying to figure out how galaxies interact.
UA grad student uses technology of video games to re-create galaxy formation.
Data sets include median home price, air quality and teen pregnancy rates.
It may no longer be the national observatory, but its biggest telescopes have landed new scientific projects.
New coffee and desserts shop has touch-screen tables for gaming, menus.
NASA funds five proposals for far-out projects and two are based in Tucson.
The LSST promises the widest, deepest, fastest view of the cosmos.
Effort ensures production of mirrors here for the Giant Magellan Telescope.
PHOENIX — Calling the approach and the product innovative, a Senate panel voted Wednesday to let Tesla Motors finally start selling their electric vehicles directly to Arizona consumers.
CASA GRANDE — A small, relatively inexpensive device a meteorologist built at his Mesa home in his spare time might lead to a warning system to help drivers avoid dangerous dust storms that sweep across Interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix.
Last fall, the head of the University of Arizona’s new technology transfer arm said the effort was bearing fruit that would soon be reflected in more faculty invention disclosures, UA patents and other measures.
Northwest Medical Center has built a new surgical wing with larger suites and technologically advanced equipment. The $50 million wing is complete and will be operational Jan. 27.
Despite a significant move to online ads, printed weekly grocery circulars have remained a mainstay of supermarkets, which spent more than $11 billion on newspaper circulars alone last year.
Tucson police are warning residents of a phone scam targeting Microsoft Windows users.
The salesman’s claims were too good to be true, in retrospect, says local business owner Danny Valenzuela.
State utility regulators approved new fees for Arizona Public Service Co. customers with solar-energy systems, in a decision that could ultimately affect solar customers in Tucson.
Tri-Tronics Inc., a subsidiary of GPS-device maker Garmin Ltd., has closed its local electronic dog-collar manufacturing operation, laying off about 60 production workers as production is moved to Taiwan.
University of Arizona optical scientist is inventing a variety of wearable displays that combine virtual reality with, well, reality.