UA in the News - 2015

Dec. 18, 2015
The warmer temperatures have yielded a greater food supply for squirrels, who will continue to eat while foods are available, said UA professor John L. Koprowski.
Dec. 17, 2015
UA glaciologist Jeffrey Kargel led a study finding that the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal in April caused surprisingly few landslides.
Dec. 17, 2015
UA biomedical engineer Russell Witte is leading a $1.15 million NIH project to reveal secrets of the mind.
Dec. 17, 2015
Labyrinths, or spiraling walkways designed for contemplation, are popping up in backyards and used for relaxation, says Andrew Weil, founder of the UA Center for Integrative Medicine.
Dec. 17, 2015
A sophisticated laser-based mapping instrument to help the UA-led mission team has arrived at Lockheed Martin Space Systems for integration onto NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft.
Dec. 17, 2015
UA astronomy professor Chris Impey says that while scientists don't know what dark matter is, they know it is there, and discovering its nature is a question of fundamental importance.
Dec. 16, 2015
UA doctoral student Barbara Lafuente works on the development of a mineral database in an effort to identify missing carbon minerals.
Dec. 16, 2015
Bruce Ellis, an evolutionary developmental psychologist at the UA, says a father absence has differing effects on the sexual habits of youth.
Dec. 15, 2015
UA space systems engineer Roberto Furfaro examines the Death Star and points out the key design flaws that spelled the fictional spacecraft's doom.