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Center Responds to Possible Worsening of Global Warming

A U.N. weather agency says there may be irreversible damage to the planet; a new Tucson center drafting plans for how people could survive.

Researcher Combines Art, Science in Cancer Spread Study

UA assistant professor of cellular & molecular medicine, Ghassan Mouneimne, uses microscopes and Photoshop to create startling images of cancer cells.

We learn about the health risks for children with IBD, we speak with Fayez Ghisham, M.D. Director of the Steele Children's Research Center.

Medical Findings Could Protect IBD Patients from Bone Loss

New discovery by research team led by UA doctor makes the link between inflammatory bowel disease and osteoporosis.

We speak to Colin Waite, Director of the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning, and Joan Gilbert, Coordinator at the Regional Science Center of TUSD, about the Cooper Center's 50th anniversary

Cooper Center Turns 50, Has Gotten Kids Closer to Nature

Center began in the 1960s as a living laboratory for TUSD, has morphed into a cooperative effort with the UA's College of Education.

Clintons, McCains Participate in Conference at ASU

7th annual Clinton Global Initiative University features students who commit to service projects addressing global problems.

UA Professors Traces Origins of Flu

For years wild migratory birds have been considered a source of all flu viruses, but his research finds differently.

The C.S.I. Effect

Alexis Gray, one of the nation's top forensic anthropologists, discusses how popular TV shows have changed the public's expectations about forensic science.

Founder of UA Sky School Honored by White House

Benjamin Blonder is one of 13 honorees who was in attendance as a "Champion of Change" Tuesday morning in Washington.

Janko Nikolich-Zugich, Chair of the UA department of Immunobiology, discusses the importance of T-cells and the role they play in our bodies as we age.

UA Researchers Study Changes in Immune System with Age

As people grow older body produces less T-cells which are key to defending off viruses, bacteria; findings could lead to immune system rejuvenation methods, researcher suggests.

Pictured here, the Santa Cruz River flows from the highlands in Mexico down to the south eastern parts of Arizona.

AZ Water Experts Working with MX Counterparts on Preservation

Arizona and Sonora, Mexico share water from the San Pedro and Santa Cruz Rivers; collaborating to save resources.

Feds OK UA Proposal to Use Marijuana as PTSD Treatment

Research cleared by FDA some time ago; Dept. of Health's decision hailed as major victory for study under way in Tucson.

Innovative Intervention Center Helps Youth with Psychosis

University of Arizona’s EPICENTER aims for early intervention and comprehensive treatment for young people with severe mental illness.

UA Proposes 2% Tuition Hike In-State, 5% Non-Residents

For Brewer's call of a possible 4-year tuition freeze, university proposed 6% increase for resident incoming freshmen, 9% for incoming students from out-of-state.

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Biosphere 2 Raising Money for Sea of Cortez Small Scale Replica

The researching facility has until April 22 to raise $100K to turn a 9,000-square-foot tank into living model of Gulf of California's oceanic environment.

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

UA Winter Graduation Ceremonies Are No More

Beginning this year, University of Arizona will hold just one annual commencement ceremony in May.

New UA Law Clinic Matches Students, Local Startups

Partnership program aims to provide expertise on legal matters that can be problematic for new companies.

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