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Living Beyond 100

The Aging of the Brain

Living beyond 100

Can we, and what if we do?

Web Feature: On a (Paper) Wing and a Prayer

Can the world’s biggest paper airplane bring a town and its museum together?

Tiny Life Thrives in Dark Depths of Kartchner Caverns

UA-led microbe study could guide search for extraterrestrial life

Green Building Manager, Rich Franz-Under, discusses the construction projects that are encouraging Pima county residents with their own buildings.

Local Assistance Available for Sustainable Construction

Pima County's green building programs offer resources, guidance

The Mayans, some of whom lived here in Guatemala in pre-Columbian times, didn't predict world's end in 2012, UA professor says.

Did Mayans Say World Will End in 2012?

UA anthropologist calls the controversial idea 'bogus'

The Mayans, some of whom lived here in Guatemala in pre-Columbian times, didn't predict world's end in 2012, UA professor says.

Did Mayans Say World Will End in 2012?

UA anthropologist calls the controversial idea 'bogus'

Andrea Kelly interviews Jim Gentile, president of Research Corporation for Science Advancement. The Tucson-based organization is celebrating its 100th anniversary.

Tucson's Research Corp. Celebrates 100 Years

Foundation awards grants to scientists starting their careers

The Arizona Board of Regents recently recognized four University of Arizona professors for their work and accomplishments, and this week we have been introducing you to each of these exemplary educators. Tonight we meet Distinguished Professor Eduardo Saez in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.

Distinguished Professor: Eduardo Saéz, Chemical/Environmental Engineering

Research in wind-blown dust, oxidation lead his work

The Arizona Board of Regents recently recognized UA Co-Director of the Institute of the Environment, Professor of Geography and Development, and associated with the Center for Latin American Studies and the Arid Lands Program, Professor Diana Liverman, Ph.D..

Distinguished Professor: Diana Liverman, Geography

Head of UA Institute of the Environment honored for her academic research

"Team Toxic" Takes State to New Heights

Tucson middle-schoolers lead Arizona to first International First Lego League competition

Eugene Sander, President of the University of Arizona talks about the upcoming semester and a new program, Tech Launch Arizona.

University of Arizona Ramps Up Tech Marketing Efforts

Tech Launch Arizona program intends to get local research to international marketplace

Robert Martino, Kitt Peak public outreach coordinator talks about Kitt Peak's Sun-day Event.

Taking in the Sun for Winter Solstice

Annual event is giving residents a chance to get closer to the sun

Doug Farler the state coordinator for Operation Lifesaver talks about Railroad safety.

Operation Lifesaver Keeps Arizona Off-Track

Nonprofit travels the state--and the nation--spreading facts about railroad safety

Stephen DeLong (left) an assistant research professor for Biosphere 2, and John Adams (right) the assistant director of Biosphere 2 explain the upcoming events for the Biosphere 2.

Researchers Stay Busy at Biosphere 2

Scientists at the famous site are hard at work on understanding climate change

Tucson, Pima County Consider Changes To Outdoor Lighting Code

Revisions try to balance public safety with preserving the night sky

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