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UA research on sexting points to double standard

A survey found that women are four times more likely to send sexually explicit photos.

Tucson educators bringing experience in STEM industry to classrooms

The UA-generated fellowship placed teachers in Arizona technology and medical companies for the summer.

Technology helping curb border crime in Cochise County

Arizona 360 tours the county's new communications center for first responders.

Understanding data more and more important for college students, professor says

Hoshin Gupta suggests there are some basic ways of seeing the world through data that all college students should understand.

NAU to implement 'virtual parking' with cameras that read plates

License plates will be treated as permits and scanned by cameras mounted to university vehicles, officials said.

As industries turn to automation, cyber vulnerabilities arise

UA professor Larry Head says attacks on systems are inevitable.

UA research farm using automation to innovate industry

The Maricopa Agricultural Center is a testing ground for precision agriculture.

Waymo on its plans to grow in the Phoenix metro area

The company offers Lorraine Rivera a ride in one of its self-driving taxis.

Inside TuSimple's Tucson warehouse

The company is testing self-driving semis on I-19 and I-10.

Study examines long-term impacts of automation in Arizona

UA Eller College of Management economist George Hammond explains some of the findings.

Automation in Arizona

Arizona 360 explores how some companies and organizations are taking a proactive approach to automation.

UA summer program offers experience with self-driving tech

Students from all over the country test their skills using an autonomous car on campus.

Changing our online behaviors to guard against cybercrime

Security and privacy expert Matt Hashim discusses steps to be more vigilant.

UA scientists mark moon landing's 50th anniversary

The university's lunar lab played key role in Apollo 11 mission planning.

UA nanotech research supporting (very) small solutions to big problems

The applications range from cell phone techonology to cancer-fighting measures.

Chandler employees to use self-driving cars for work rides

The suburb has been a leader on testing autonomous vehicles in metro Phoenix.

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