Forbes science writer John Farrell writes that "How Physics Makes Us Free" by UA philosopher Jenann Ismael is the best science book of 2016.
Researchers from the UA have found that having a higher body mass index, or BMI, can negatively impact cognitive functioning in older adults.
The Arizona Republic named the UA-led OSIRIS-REx mission the Arizonan of the Year.
Linda Green, an anthropologist at the UA, has written about women who survived Guatemala’s civil war in "Fear as a Way of Life: Mayan Widows in Rural Guatemala."
UA sociology professor Jennifer Earl writes in an op-ed about the positive impacts flash activism can have in larger social movements.
David Cuillier, an associate professor of journalism at the UA, discusses Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's settlement with the Chicago Tribune.
Two UA physicists have discovered that basic concepts such as "hot" or "cold" apply to any system, even those far from equilibrium, challenging established wisdom.
Researchers at the UA found that running is intellectually demanding and could affect thinking patterns in people who run, even when they are not running.
Golden State Warriors coach and former UA men's basketball star Steve Kerr draws from the assassination of his father to make sense of a complicated world.