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Virtual reality brings mining closer for UA students

The technology delivers the clearest image for those wishing to experience mining remotely.

Hazardous waste drop off set for Saturday

The City of Tucson's monthly event also gives people a chance to get rid of unwanted electronics.

Latest race to the moon sparks interest for Arizona lunar scientists

They say the next exploration missions will focus on detecting and collecting natural resources.

UA launches standalone iSchool, first in the state

The program started in 2015 as a part of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Now it is on its own.

Ciscomani wants to expand rural internet access with new legislation

CONNECT Act hopes to address issues with existing program.

Taiwanese microchip company agrees to more oversight of its Arizona plant construction

The governor said construction safety standards should match the quality of the highly publicized project that has been the source of much pride.

TUSD cuts back on hotspots for students as federal funding expires

The Emergency Connectivity Fund worked to provide funding for connectivity tools like hotspots, modems and routers.

Plastic waste into construction blocks: Tucson strives for zero-waste model

Tucson city council unanimously approved an agreement with ByFusion to convert plastic waste into construction-grade building blocks.

Space X extravaganza tests limits of public understanding

Why the explosive test flight launched a debate over success vs. failure in engineering and science.

Waymo robotaxis make more inroads in Phoenix, San Francisco

Self-driving car pioneer Waymo has announced its robotaxis will be able to carry passengers through most of the Phoenix area for the first time.

Text ‘join’ to get COVID-19, health updates in rural Arizona

The program, based at UArizona’s Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, built the platform and system with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Governor says Arizona will restrict TikTok on state devices

The governor’s office said state agencies have 30 days to be in compliance.

"All In for Autism" celebrates a unique part of our community.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet Ashly Burch, the voice of a new Disney animated character; how Creative Narrations helps people tell their personal stories; and the tale of a princess who doesn't need to be rescued or married from "Stories That Soar!".

OSIRIS-REx zeroes in on September return to Earth

The space explorer will drop off a capsule containing material collected from Bennu.

ASU scientist prepares to run first-ever planetary mission to a metal world

16 Psyche robotic spacecraft is scheduled to launch later this year.

Mood matters in the workplace

A University of Arizona-led report found people haboring negative feelings do better with details.

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