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Researcher Working to Match Immunology With Stem Cells
Deepta Bhattacharya studies efficiency in the body's response to infections.
Meet the T. Rex Cousin You Could Literally Look Down On
The 92-million-year-old relative of the so-called king of the dinosaurs only would have grown to about the size of a toddler.
Asteroid Sample Helps Settle Which Scientific Theories Hold Water
Research at ASU suggests a family of common, silicon-rich asteroids could hold enough water to fill half the Earth's oceans.
NASA Announces First Detection of ‘Marsquake’
While scientists had picked up vibrations before, the recent detection was the first clearly coming from the planet.
Desert Museum Welcomes Ocelot Kitten
Pictures of the kitten were headlined "cuteness overload" on social media.
Who Touched It First? Most People Say, ‘I Did’
A researcher says the experiment in perception can help people be more understanding about others' perspective.
Biodiversity Roadmap Calls For Conserving Ecosystems to Save the World
An author of the study says preservation is essential to meeting carbon goals and to stabilizing vital, interconnected systems.
UA Researchers Study Impact of Elephants on South African Landscapes
Elephant populations are prospering but causing problems for grassland tree and vegetation growth.
ASU Expert: Too Soon to Call Philippine Remains New Homo Species
While the discovery of the remains is important, the declaration of a new species is problematic, says Bill Kimbel.
Effort Aims to Help Local Governments Understand and Apply Climate Data
The Science for Climate Action Network wants help cities and states adapt and respond to climate change.
Astronomers Reveal First Image of a Black Hole
The picture, assembled from data gathered by eight radio telescopes around the world, shows the hot, shadowy lip of a supermassive black hole
Five Years Later, Effects of Colorado River Pulse Flow Still Linger
While many effects were short-lived, it had a lasting impact on the imaginations of those connected to the river delta.
Modeling Ocean Recovery at Biosphere 2
Scientists at the facility are beginning an experiment to fix the facility's ocean as a model to help corals on a global scale.
Scientist Tries Different Approach to Understanding Brain and Blood Flow
The combination of math and physiology research could help people avoid stroke.
Study Confirms Mexican Wolf Status, Changes Red Wolf Classification
The study recommends maintaining the wolf's endangered subspecies status, which it may be stripped of.
Grant Will Send Students from Low-Income Households on Free Field Trips
The Angel Charity for Children Scholarship will cover the cost of overnight visits to Camp Cooper for more than 900 students.
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