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Electrical engineering doctoral student Arash Roshanineshat at the Submillimeter Array, an array of eight 6-meter telescopes in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. (Courtesy of Arash Roshanineshat)
May 21, 2019
Arash Roshanineshat’s digital signal processing skills and tools are helping a worldwide astronomical community write the next chapter on the universe’s most extreme objects.
Hannah Shoffner, a freshman at Empire High School in Vail, Arizona, and her science fair project mentor Joe Schlosser, a chemical engineering doctoral student.
May 20, 2019
Ask and you shall receive: A high school freshman turned to a UA researcher for help with her project on aerosol particles.
After spending most of his life in a wheelchair, Jeffrey Bristol (center) was able to stand to receive his UA diploma. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
May 15, 2019
After spending most of his life in a wheelchair, Jeffrey Bristol took a few steps across the stage on May 11 to receive his diploma from the UA Eller College of Management.
From left: Lei Wang and Jungang Dong of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Xi’an, China, take a sample from an ancient southern Chinese pine tree on Mt. Helan in the western Loess Plateau of China. (Photo: ©2017 Yu Liu, The Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
May 15, 2019
Air pollution from industrialization is the likely culprit behind the reduced precipitation from the Asian monsoon, a phenomenon that affects almost half of the world’s population.
This image highlights areas in a brain with PPA during a language task where researchers observed functional abnormality (green) and structural degenerating (yellow). The green areas may be at-risk or dysfunctional, even if the neurons are not yet dead. (Image courtesy of Aneta Kielar)
May 15, 2019
Researchers might have found a way to detect neurodegeneration before brain cells are lost for good. Earlier detection could provide therapeutic drug treatments a chance to work.
(Image: Anatomy & Physiology/CC 3.0)
May 15, 2019
A new grant will allow researchers at the UA and Banner Health to create alerts to identify patients at risk for developing heart rhythm disorders and sudden cardiac death.
Melissa Herbst-Kralovetz led a team of researchers that identified three compounds to distinguish cervical cancer patients from healthy women. (Photo: Tabbitha Mosier, UA Media Productions)
May 14, 2019
UA researchers have identified ‘metabolic signatures’ that distinguish between HPV, pre-cancerous cervical conditions and cancer.
After their five-minute fast pitches, students answered questions and listened to feedback from community members. (Photo: Morgan Buttafuoco/College of Social and Behavioral Sciences)
May 13, 2019
Building on the success of the Tucson Poverty Project, UA students in the course “Building Healthy Communities,” pitched their ideas on how to improve the quality of life in Tucson’s Amphitheater neighborhood.
May 13, 2019
Range management specialists at the UA will work closely with staff members at the Alpi Cozie Natural Parks, which will also be the site of a study abroad program for students this summer.

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