UArizona students track asteroid set to whiz by Earth this weekend
As a sizable asteroid makes a close pass by Earth, a team of UArizona students is ready to observe the action to practice and test procedures that could be useful in mitigating an impending asteroid impact in the future.
Confused by quantum computing? Students are developing a puzzle game to help
UArizona students have developed an online game modeled after the popular "tangram" puzzle game. The game is meant to help teach quantum computation concepts to people ranging from young students to researchers.
A range of discovery: 120 years on the Santa Rita Experimental Range
Part of the Arizona Experiment Station system, the Santa Rita Experimental Range is one of the longest continuously operating research areas in the world and is responsible for one of the richest publicly available ecological data sets.
Match Day begins countdown to medical students' careers in medicine
On Match Day, fourth-year students at the university's College of Medicine – Tucson and College of Medicine – Phoenix learned where they will spend the next three to seven years of their careers as physicians.
UArizona researchers launch the Great Arizona Tick Check
As spring blooms across much of Arizona, university researchers are launching a community health effort with a unique call to the public: Send us your ticks. The Great Arizona Tick Check will help researchers build the first-ever database of tick distribution and correlated disease in Arizona.
Optical switching at record speeds opens door for ultrafast, light-based electronics and computers
Imagine a home computer operating 1 million times faster than the most expensive hardware on the market. Now, imagine that being the industry standard. UArizona physicists hope to pave the way for that reality.
UArizona remembers public health champion Mel Zuckerman
Mel Zuckerman, the founder of Canyon Ranch and namesake of the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, died on March 18, surrounded by family at his home. He was 94.