News Archive

UA SRP investigator and Extension Water Quality Specialist Janick Artiola educated private well owners in Yavapai County on issues of testing and treatment of drinking water from private wells.

Raina Maier, Jim Field, and Mexican colleagues spoke at the UNAM@UA Center for Mexican Studies Inaugural event.

UA SRP Director Raina Maier and investigator Mark Barton spoke to the AZ State Legislature Mining Caucus about sustainable mining practices.

Dr. Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta delivered a talk on the impacts of the Gold King Mine spill on water quality in January 2016.

UA SRP investigator John Chorover was interviewed about his Superfund research on KTEP’s Science Studio Program.

Welcome Back! Assistant Professor Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta continues to advance the science of metals uptake in garden vegetables.

UA SRP Associate Director Clark Lantz practices research translation and community engagement

UA SRP travelled to Puerto Rico for the November, 2015 meeting.

Denise Moreno Ramírez and Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta travelled to Michigan to work with collaborators in November 2015.

The UA Superfund Research Program has been renewed through March 31, 2017.

The UA's commercialization office has been designated as an Innovation Corps site and will have funds to distribute to dozens of applicant teams over three years.
UA geoscientists are part of the hunt for new carbon-containing minerals and will be at the Carbon Mineral Challenge booth this week at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
A toxin-free method for extracting copper from raw ore and other procedures using molten salts represent an opportunity for a sizable impact in both mining and energy storage.
Researchers have invented a new type of sensor designed to work effectively in high-temperature environments, and it has implications for solar power, nuclear reactors and petroleum refining.
Ranked by the National Science Foundation as one of the nation's top 20 public research universities, the UA expects to reach three-quarters of a billion dollars in research expenditures in the next decade.
At the UA's Biosphere 2, scientists are observing each step of landscape evolution, from the purely mineral and abiotic to living landscapes that will support microbial communities and vascular plants. With UANews video.
The annual showcase of research by undergraduate and graduate students in the UA School of Earth and Environmental Sciences will be held this week.
Tech Launch Arizona has hired three seasoned technology entrepreneurs to advise its teams and the UA research community, helping to develop the pathways for successful ventures.
A team of researchers, including several from the UA, will test alternative sources of water for agriculture with $10 million in grant funding from the USDA over four years.