Science and Technology

Winter snow slows space exploration in southern Arizona

Mar 6, 2023 Mountaintop astronomers are sometimes stranded by heavy snow at telescope sites.

ASU scientist prepares to run first-ever planetary mission to a metal world

Feb 28, 2023 16 Psyche robotic spacecraft is scheduled to launch later this year.

Water report suggests diversification for Arizona agriculture

Feb 27, 2023 It's in response to mandatory Colorado River cutbacks triggered by drought.

COVID detectives still dogged by disinformation

Feb 24, 2023 Researchers continue confirming the source of the coronavirus at a Chinese wet market

Tucson's "King of Sting," Justin Schmidt, dies from Parkinson's disease

Feb 20, 2023 Schmidt is known for allowing himself to be bitten and stung by insects to learn about their sting's affects.

Study suggests office workers need more sound

Feb 15, 2023 The findings could help designers create better staff environments.

Cochise College receives grant to reduce cost of books for students

Feb 13, 2023 Grant will allow 25 courses to switch to low-or-no cost reading materials.

Report reveals Super Bowl scale economic impact from UA Space Sciences

Feb 9, 2023 Astronomy, optical sciences and space exploration generate significant money and jobs for Southern Arizona.

NASA grants UA space facility $3,000,000

Jan 27, 2023 The funding will support researchers' search for clues from the earliest days of the solar system

Presenters prepare to bust myths at this year's UA science lecture series

Jan 27, 2023 Researchers will tackle misconceptions about their work during the 18th annual event.

UA students prepare to put their own cubesat into space

Jan 21, 2023 The cereal box-sized "CatSat" will transmit data to UA's Biosphere 2.

Mood matters in the workplace

Jan 18, 2023 A University of Arizona-led report found people haboring negative feelings do better with details.

Scientists are taking a closer look at Saturn's moon Enceladus

Jan 11, 2023 The ice moon spouts geysers of water that could harbor basics for extraterrestrial life.

Pima County cuts new deal with World View

Jan 10, 2023 Previous lease with near-space exploration firm was "unconstitutional."

Researchers suggest new tools to study cancer

Jan 4, 2023 Engineering could hold the key to the next advance in solving the puzzle.

The Buzz: Looking back on 2022

Dec 30, 2022 Newsworthy interviews and topics that we addressed this year.

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