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ASU Research: Cancer Cells May Move Like Flocks Of Birds

Cells were long thought to grow together; research says otherwise

This image was composed from a series of images taken Oct. 12, 2015, when Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter was about 83 miles (134 kilometers) above the moon's far side crater Compton.

Christmas Full Moon: Bright Ornament in the Sky

First holiday occurrence in 38 years; we won't have another for 19 years.

Demonstration video of OSIRIS-REx.

Laser Mapping Instrument Delivered to UA's OSIRIS-REx

Canadian system will help locate asteroid sample site; it's being installed in Denver.

Pushing north against the Eurasian Plate, the Indian Plate dives into the Earth's interior, pushing up the Himalayas in the process. At the contact zone, visible as an arch in this Google Earth image, immense stress builds up, causing earthquakes including devastating ones like the one in Nepal.

UA Research Assisted in Nepal Earthquake Aftermath

Volunteers analyzed satellite images to locate landslides, other areas of need.

Students at the University of Arizona add their hand prints to a banner that will be displayed at the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris.

Historic Climate Accord A First Step, UA Professors Say

University of Arizona representatives say climate connects many issues

The hollow drill bit — also called an augur — collects samples while drilling.

Engineers Test Drill to Look for Life Below Martian Surface

California gypsum quarry provides terrain similar to red planet.

False-color image of a 2011 Geminid meteor, seen by a camera at New Mexico State University.

Geminid Meteor Shower to Light Up Sky This Weekend

120 visible each hour; best viewing Sunday night into Monday morning.

Biosphere 2

Biosphere 2 Series Explores Answers to ‘What If?’

Family-friendly weekend programs offered by UA scientists Saturdays in December.

Grand Canyon

Proposals Would Regulate Grand Canyon Backcountry

Activities in canyon currently governed by 3-decade-old management plan.

Arizona Spotlight for November 27, 2015

A tale of love and dedication from StoryCorp's Tucson visit; what it takes to live for a full year without processed food; exploring the true reason for flowers.

Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina shows off a compact green coma and two tails in this photo taken Nov. 22, 2015, at dawn from Arizona. The green color comes from carbon compounds fluorescing in UV sunlight. Photo by Chris Schur

Astronomer Shares 'Science Snacks' With Podcasts

Comet recording exceeded 100,000 downloads

UA Delegation to Attend United Nations Climate Conference

Faculty, students and community members to observe, network, conduct research.

UA, Pima County Partner on Water Research

New WEST Center aims to address water shortage challenges facing the southwest.

Study: Warming Permafrost Releases Ancient Carbon

Influx of carbon in the air could speed climate change

Computer generated image of objects in Earth orbit. Approximately 95 percent of the objects in this illustration are orbital debris (i.e., not functional satellites).

Arizona Astronomers Track Piece Of Falling Space Junk

Refuse from space mission will make fiery descent over the Indian Ocean Thursday

UA Study Finds Macular Degeneration Can Be Prevented

Eye disease causes nearly 30 percent of older Americans to lose their vision.

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