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Vocational Schools Don't Want to Be Overlooked for Teacher Raises

Some uncertainty lingers after years of budget strain.

A drone at Hack Arizona 2016.

'Hack Arizona' to Draw Hundreds of Young Innovators

36-hour event will attract students and sponsors.

A representation of Ceres' Occator Crater in false colors shows differences in the surface composition.

Dwarf Planet Ceres Up To 30 Percent Water, Study Says

The findings provide clues to how the dwarf planet was formed.

Earth and Moon seen from Mars in November 2016

UA Camera Catches Glimpse of Earth, Moon from Mars

Scientists took images while calibrating space instrument.

Drops and ripples of water.

Oro Valley Student's Science Project Chosen for Competition

Amanda Minke's lead-reducing water filter among 300 student projects competing.

Artist's concept of the Psyche spacecraft, a proposed mission for NASA's Discovery program that would conduct a direct exploration of an object thought to be a stripped planetary core.

ASU Wins NASA Funding for Two Space Missions

One will go to asteroid, another involves objects orbiting Jupiter.

Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute.

ASU Completes Largest-Ever Study of microRNA

The previously little-understood miRNAs are likely major players in gene expression.

Artist rendition of OSIRIS-REx's main engine firing.

OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Mission Fires Engine in Space

Deep-space maneuver directs the UA-led spacecraft back toward Earth

Year-End: Space Missions Topped Arizona Science News

Science reporter Sara Hammond looks back at discovery and destinations.

The camera aboard NASA's Juno mission caught this picture of a 'white storm' at Jupiter in December 2016.

Tucson Scientist Wants Public Help on Jupiter Photos

Amateurs, professionals involved in selecting sites for Juno Cam documentation.

The Stratospheric Terahertz Observatory launches from McMurdo Scientific Station in the Antarctic.

UA Astronomers Study Milky Way via Balloon over South Pole

Scientists looking for clues to origins of universe in 'interstellar medium.'

The Art of Paying Attention: Great Horned Owls

Author & wildlife illustrator Beth Surdut tracks some of nature's most accomplished masters of camouflage in Tucson.

Supercomputer Helps Neurological Institute Identify Elusive ALS Patterns

Barrow turned to IBM's Watson to process data about the neuromuscular disease.

Scanning electron microscope images of two samples from El Tatio, Chile: (b) (scale bar = 20 micrometers) shows silica-encrusted microbial filaments and sheaths, and spindle-shaped diatoms (arrows); (d) (scale bar = 50 micrometers) shows silicified sheaths of Calothrix, a type of blue-green algae.

Chilean Desert Dust Deepens Case for Life on Mars

Though not proof, it's strong cause to return to explore Martian soil.

The exterior of Banner University Medical Center.

UA Lecture Series Opens; Focus on Brain, Heart Health

Patients with heart disease may suffer cognitive impairment.

On Way to Bennu, OSIRIS-REx Looks for 'Trojan' Asteroids

The rare objects are hidden from view of Earth's telescopes.

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