Researchers have found that when people are asked to draw a picture of a leader, both men and women almost always draw men. The UA's Elizabeth McClean is quoted.
Kelly Reynolds, a microbiologist and associate professor at the UA, is interviewed about the downsides of reusable toilet paper.
The UA is part of a worldwide collaboration to develop new ways of processing unprecedented amounts of data in hopes of capturing the first image of a black hole.
The UA's Catherine Brooks writes that Facebook continues to resist sharing its vast amount of anonymized data with a broad set of academic researchers.
Dan Marrone, an experimental astrophysicist at the UA, discusses the passing of English theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.
UA President Robert C. Robbins writes in an op-ed about the University's efforts to improve campus safety.
UA anthropologist Eric Plemons argues that surgeon Douglas Ousterhout not only honed a set of techniques; he also developed a theory of gender difference.
The UA's Dante Lauretta will discuss space exploration and board games in the Yale Quantum Institute's event in its series of nontechnical talks about science and the humanities.
Uncertainties around carbon emissions will make climate agreements tough to enforce. The answer floats in the seas, says Joellen Russell.