The Star has received the first 30 hours of video footage from cameras worn by police officers during a post-game clash that erupted near the UA following the school's loss in the March NCAA tournament.
Jim Wyant wants every incoming graduate student in Optical Sciences to be funded for research
Three UA physicists will discuss their roles in finding the Higgs boson at a Loft Cinema showing of a documentary about the Large Hadron Collider
The ice-covered ocean of Jupiter's moon is the prime spot to look for life in our solar system, they say.
A bacterial disease called “early mortality syndrome” has become a multibillion-dollar problem for the global shrimp-farming industry in the last year or so.
"Monster Fish" host Zeb Hogan studied the fish of the Colorado River during his undergraduate days at the University of Arizona.
Their plastic, easily made from sulfur, could revolutionize the battery world
University of Arizona optical scientist is inventing a variety of wearable displays that combine virtual reality with, well, reality.
The radio astronomy study by a UA team reveals thousands of star-forming regions in our home galaxy.
UA engineering prof uses baseball to teach science, technology, engineering and math
Despite its desert landscape and lack of an ocean, Tucson is home to one of the world's leading experts in shrimp pathology - University of Arizona professor Donald Lightner of the UA's shrimp pathology center.
As children watched water flow through a plastic model of Tucson's watershed or pumped dyed water into a water-cycle simulation, the Project WET booth accomplished its goal at Tucson's Earth Day Festival Sunday.
World War II veterans who served aboard USS Tucson gathered this weekend to remember their role in history.
Tech N9ne and the Strange Music family's 55-show Independent Powerhouse Tour pulls into Tucson's Rialto Theatre on Tuesday.
A UA engineering administrator is retiring to devote his full energy to a nonprofit organization his family started to help victims of sex trafficking in India get jobs.
A hands-on cooking class at the UA offers students and members of the community the chance to learn how to prepare affordable, healthy and easy-to-make dishes.
UA students are installing rainwater-harvesting systems in a class that helps the campus continue to improve its environmental sustainability.
At the first meeting of the Olympia Academy, students discussed such topics as the nature of knowledge, the rise of technology, morality, ethics, science versus religion and the saying "everything happens for a reason."