A revitalized clean-room practices lab at the University of Arizona aims to make its students more marketable for high-tech jobs after graduation.
A mobile merchant-rewards application that does away with clipped coupons, gift cards or punch cards will soon roll out in Tucson.
Two avid Tucson swimmers founded a new product that allows people to experience being underwater in a new way, and they plan to begin selling it online starting next month.
A course at the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona serves as a bridge to connect inventors to their products’ commercialization.
Study Buddy, an herbal-based “study aid” launched in Tucson in 2010, is now sold in Circle Ks across Arizona and Nevada, and at regional universities and community colleges.
Dated, ‘60s-style comforters, dark green walls and old light fixtures marked the inside of the former Randolph Park Hotel and Suites.
A pirate’s skull-and-bones flag peeks above a cement-block wall in a residential neighborhood just north of the University of Arizona campus.
Raena Janes, founder and director of La Paloma Academy charter schools, recently was presented with a bronze Stevie Award for Women in Business.
Microsoft is officially calling it “the end of life,” a phrase used to tell users that it no longer will support the Windows XP operating system.
Some 20 years after getting the idea for a new kind of workout bike, Tucson native Marko Hansen has brought his Cycle Climber to market — with an assist from his beloved Arizona Wildcats.
Research into new composite materials to store energy, build better rocket-launch pads and make special underwater tools is underway on the Tohono O’odham Nation, after an aerospace company there received multiple federal grants.
With cyberspying in the news daily, several students at the University of Arizona are already committed to working as experts for U.S. agencies such as the FBI, the CIA and the National Security Agency.
Local music lovers and Tucson cyclists can find themselves shopping at the same store, now that a local music store has started selling a line of folding bikes.
Visiting Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla., three years ago, UA professor Yi-Chang Chiu and his daughter experienced the unbearable lines for rides that theme-park goers are all too familiar with.
A new research center at the University of Arizona is leading a nationwide effort to develop next-generation wireless technologies.
For someone who'd had only one smoothie in her life - and a homemade one, at that - owning the Fruit Shack Smoothies and Yogurt is a notable accomplishment.
Gold, silver and black balloons, gold cardboard wedding bells, a posterboard adorned with old and new photos and a white-iced anniversary cake recently filled part of the dining hall at Villa Maria Care Center.
Art is more than just a class for students at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.
Rita Ranch Storage, Car & Dog Wash draws customers with its teal, yellow and purple color scheme and its unusual name.
Every year Tiny's Saloon and Steakhouse serves 350 pounds of corned beef on St. Patrick's Day.
When most people think of spring sports, lacrosse isn't the first thing that comes to mind.