The UA cyber operations program has become one of 20 to be recognized by the National Security Agency for teaching specialized cyber ops technologies and techniques.
The UA's Sadhana Ravishankar is helping businesses and communities find out why bacteria are found in produce and how that can affect people.
A study led by the UA Cancer Center found that every 1 percent increase in positive responses from combining the drugs Imlygic and Yervoy would cost $1,731,558.
Leslie Boyer, founding director of the VIPER Institute at the UA, found that for a vial of anti-venom costing $14,000 in the U.S., it cost $14 to make.
UA research links divorce to a wide range of poor health outcomes, including greater risk for early death.
The UA was ranked No. 52 out of 18,000 higher education institutions around the world, according to the latest from the Center for World University Rankings.
The UA's Melissa Vito, Joshua Steele and Suzana Rosencrans write about how the expansion of UA Online will require the convergence of student recruitment and student success.
Keith Dienes, a professor of physics and mathematics at the UA, is interviewed about his research into a new dark matter proposal called "Dynamical Dark Matter."
Divorced people are at higher risk for early death than their married counterparts, and their health choices may be to blame, new UA-led research suggests.