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Discussions continue about mysterious particles around asteroid Bennu

Scientists say the objects, first detected in January, pose no threat to the OSIRIS-REx mission

Dormant but dangerous: UA researcher investigating viruses in the human body

Looking for reasons why some viruses become active and deadly

Navajo Nation creates law scholarships for tribal members at UA

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with students and also discussed nation building and critiqued the U.S. government's priorities.

Enrollment continues to rise at Arizona's Public Universities

The growth is strongest in online program enrollment

How Arizona's universities rank in R & D spending

The state's public schools rank high in space, social science and geoscience research spending.

UA team working to make intersections safer in Tucson

A study group is recommending changes to improve safety and efficiency.

Arizona Board of Regents extends contract of UA President Robbins

The board added one more year to the contracts of all three state university presidents.

State board to consider banning sale of vaping products at universities

Regent says it's the board's responsibility in the wake of vaping-related illnesses and deaths in the U.S.

How to ID a Bee.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A closer look at how Tucson neighborhoods voted in the last local election; The 89-90 Trip: Day Three begins in Panguitch, Utah; and "Tilly the Trickster" at the Live Theatre Workshop.

UA's special connection with the second moon landing

The Apollo 12 mission relied on pinpoint calculations from a UA lunar scientist 50 years ago.

Study reveals racial bias in heart transplant treatment

The UA-led research shows white men were offered more treatment options than African American men.

Number of international students down at Arizona universities

International students pay about three times as much tuition as in-state students at Arizona's three state universities.

Getting "Down to Eartha".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Hear a "StoryCorps: One Small Step" conversation from Kansas City; "The 89-90 Trip" heads to Flagstaff; and learning to read the secrets of the trees.

UA researchers study effects of near-infrared light on aging brains

Researchers hope the treatment will boost energy metabolism in brain cells and tune up mitochondria.

What is 5G and how will it transform our cellular networks?

A discussion with the UA College of Engineering's Ravi Tandon.

What data can tell us about Southern Arizona’s economic well-being

The MAP Dashboard measures the Tucson metro's performance in 36 socioeconomic indicators.

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