UA Delegation to Attend Climate Conference

Researchers and a coalition of students from around the country are traveling to Paris to participate in a highly anticipated United Nations conference on climate change, which begins on Nov. 30.

TLA Asset Demo Program Readies Inventions

Formerly known as proof of concept, asset demonstration projects begin with a clear scope of work that is divided into milestones, with incremental funding awarded when those milestones are met.

New WEST Center to Address Water Issues

State-of-the-art facility, built by Pima County, will bring together industry, government and academia to collaborate on research and technology.

UA Scientist Is Building a Better Pecan Pie

Just what you need to know for Thanksgiving: With fertilizers known as chelates, zinc levels can be managed in pecan trees — and that's good news for growers in Arizona, the nation's fourth-largest producer of pecans.

Three UA Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows

Carol Bender, Judith K. Brown and Dennis L. Lichtenberger have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, for achievements in their fields.

UA's Talanquer Among Top Professor Honorees

Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is recognized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

Researchers Capture First Photo of Planet in the Making

Until now, no one had successfully detected a forming planet. UA scientists developed instruments and techniques that made imaging possible.

UA's Roger Angel Inducted Into Inventors Hall of Fame

In his work at the Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab, the Regents' Professor has pioneered the ability to see farther out into space and deeper into the history of our universe.

Documentary Wins Regional Emmy

A College of Agriculture and Life Sciences team was awarded a Rocky Mountain Emmy for "Earthlight," a 30-minute documentary featuring research at the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center.

UA Professor Tackles Faulty Courtroom Science

For years, M. Bonner Denton has been sounding off on the criminal justice system’s science problem. And now a man in Texas who spent 28 years in prison for murder has been released over "junk" evidence.