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UA researcher Adam Buntzman is merging computer science and immunology to improve cancer diagnostics by up to 100 times the accuracy of conventional tests.
The arrival of a man who was fired for being a good scientist, followed by a major donation, launched the UA on a path to becoming a leader in astronomical and space sciences.
The Arizona Geological Survey has new tools to look into the seismic future. Thursday marks the Great Arizona ShakeOut, highlighting earthquake preparedness. With UANews video.
TechCode, a global network of startup incubators and entrepreneurial ecosystems, will provide networking resources to increase the reach of TLA innovations and startups.
Seven scientists will lead hands-on activities to teach the community about their research at the UA Museum of Art's Family Day, called "Meet a Scientist."
UA professor Bill Boynton has contributed to 10 NASA missions in his lifetime, including OSIRIS-REx, which began its journey to the asteroid Bennu last month. But this month, Boynton can’t help but think about Mars and the Odyssey mission, celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Two growing seasons after the 2014 engineered spring flood, the delta’s birds, plants and groundwater continue to benefit, according to a report by a binational, UA-led team.
Research led by UA professor Renu Malhotra provides additional support for the possible existence of such a world and narrows the range of its parameters and location.
The 860-acre ecological reserve and U.S. National Historic Landmark, owned and operated by the UA, has become one of the longest-monitored reserves in the world.
A large asteroid thought to be the metallic core of a destroyed proto-planet appears to have molecules on its surface that shouldn't be there, according to a new study.
A new molecular technique, developed by UA and University of Cambridge researchers to extract the virus' RNA, provides a look back in time to the beginnings of the epidemic.
UA researchers, in collaboration with the University of California, San Francisco, have developed a new treatment for acute myeloid leukemia. The team of inventors has formed startup Promutech Pharmaceuticals.
The HiRISE camera shows three locations where hardware from the European Space Agency's Schiaparelli test lander hit the surface of the Red Planet.
Adam Buntzman's back began to hurt and he had difficulty drawing a breath. He was fatigued. Eventually, he was diagnosed with Valley fever, and now the research assistant professor is part of a team working on a vaccine that could be the answer for human and pet sufferers. With UANews video.

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