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Drs. Jeffrey Tully and Christian Dameff, alumni of the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix, teamed up to attract more than 100 cybersecurity experts to a conference in Phoenix.
Several dozen cicada species can be found in Arizona, but apart from the noise they make, the sap-sucking bugs lead secretive lives. UA entomologist Gene Hall is a repository of fun facts about them. (They're built with their own evaporative cooling!) With UANews video.
The event will bring together five researchers from the University who work at the forefront of asteroid science, including OSIRIS-REx principal investigator Dante Lauretta.
UA hydrologist Victor Baker and a team of scientists report that the hundreds of proposed dams will have a long-term negative environmental impact throughout the region.
Underground storage in recharge projects has built a buffer against future shortages, and an annual publication by the UA's Water Resources Research Center helps to explain it.
The plane of the solar system is warped in the belt's outer reaches, signaling the presence of an unknown Mars-to-Earth-mass planetary object far beyond Pluto. 
A team of UA biologists has discovered that for a hard-working bumblebee, foraging for pollen versus nectar is very different — and tougher than you might think. With UANews video.
Despite what you might have seen in movies such as "Armageddon," there is more to be learned than feared from asteroids, and the UA-led OSIRIS-REx mission will provide an education all its own. On Tuesday, five UA scientists talked about the space rocks and what they know about them.
Getting the word out is just as important as getting the science out, in the estimation of the UA's Michael Johnson, who has used blogs and tweets as tools to reach an audience.
Five years ago, a multi-unit team set out to solve a specific problem: The UA student information system did not integrate with the D2L learning management system.

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