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UA Graduate Sets Sights High in the Sky: Science in Space

Michelle Thompson in the running for Canadian Space Agency astronaut job.

Total Solar Eclipse in 6 Months Has Astronomers Preparing

Phenomenon can be seen in 70-mile swath from regon to South Carolina; partly visible in Arizona.

Nutrition, Not Genetics, May be Key Factor in Disease

UA conference to study role of good nutrition in disease prevention

Wildlife Officials Pleased With Growing Mexican Gray Wolf Count

Wolf count rebounds to 113 after drop the previous year.

Arizona Scientists On Edge Over Trump Environment Promises

President promised to relax or eliminate many environmental protections.

Episode 125: Local Law Enforcement Responds to Trump's Immigration Actions

Plus, black student leaders on misguided idea of 'post-racial' society; the UA Conference on Aging; the future of the Arizona Geological Survey.

OSIRIS-REx Takes Photo of Jupiter, 3 Moons

UA-led mission testing out its cameras in search of Trojan asteroids.

Winter Rains, Snowfall Improve Arizona Water Picture

Many years of above normal precipitation still needed to recover from drought.

Episode 124: UA Tech Park Connects Businesses from Tucson, U.S. and Overseas

Local businesses participate in effort to showcase opportunities to companies in other countries.

Meeting at the Intersection of Diplomacy and Science

Ambassadors, science advisers, researchers to tackle science diplomacy topics.

Pima County May Appeal of World View Court Ruling

A judge voided the contract, saying the lease agreement violated state law.

Satellites Reveal Shrinking Water, Bare Shorelines in Lower Grand Canyon

The drought-driven changes could affect recreation and wildlife.

At Arizona's Kartchner Caverns, Science Supports Stewardship — And Vice Versa

The Cochise County landmark is more than just a tourist draw.

Looking for Food-Borne Pathogens in Unusual Places

The Yuma agriculture industry wants to know what carries the pathogens and how far.

Deep, Two-Mile Fissure Discovered Near Picacho Peak

Fissures are deep cracks in the earth caused by over pumping of groundwater.

Program Aims to Send Latino Students to College in STEM Fields

Pima Community College was awarded $3.1 million federal grant.

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