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The product was developed with assistance from Tech Launch Arizona.

Southern Arizona Science Fair in the Running for $100K Innovation Award

The Drucker Foundation points to science fair organization's data and evidence emphasis.

UA Camera to Snap Final Pics for Saturn Mission Before Crashing into the Planet

The spectrometer aboard Cassini has provided clues to the processes at work around Saturn.

Summer's Insects Draw Scientists to Southern Arizona

Hot and humid weather is optimal for exploring the outdoors.

Rare Whole Genome Duplication Gave Rise To Arizona Bark Scorpion

Research has found its origins in an abrupt and massive genetic event.

UA Engineering Students Showcase Design Projects

More than 100 teams will show projects from space suits to solar-powered whiskey still.

Cienega High Students Reflect on Eclipse Experience

Student astronomers looking ahead to 2024.

Tucsonan: Path of Totality 'Well Worth It'

He made the trip to Wyoming to get the full experience, and encourages people to see the next one in 2024.

Without Eye Protection, Even a Peek at the Eclipse is Dangerous

Children and young adults are particularly at risk without safety glasses.

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The Great American Eclipse is coming to a sky near you.

UA Opens Science Classes to the Community

The school is offering reduced tuition to attend lectures in many subjects.

Carbon Capture from Trees? It's All Downhill From Here, Study Says

UA research shows tall valley trees absorb more carbon from the atmosphere than trees on peaks.

Scientists Use Tobacco Plant As Cheap, Scalable Zika Vaccine Factory

The plant-based approach could be a more viable solution for low-to-middle-income countries.

Eclipses in the Work of Shakespeare: Ominous Events

UA English professor explains importance of astronomical references.

Doctor Sees the Light with Pain Control: Green LED

Physician found headache relief under trees, triggering study.

Scientists Will Simulate an Asteroid Impact with the Real Thing

The asteroid will pass close to Earth, but will safely continue on its way.

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