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Water in Arizona

Desert Dwellers Deal with Drought on Both Sides of the Border

A new study explores how Southwesterners are adapting to the region's decades-long drought

Tree Rings Tell Ancient Tales

Dendrochronologists interpret environmental data from tree rings in a hidden UA lab

Jim Field (Left) a PhD  professor and chair of the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona, and Christopher Olivares (right) a student in the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona talk about bomb eating bugs.

Explosive Idea: Bomb-Eating Bugs

Find out how some tiny bacteria could help environmental cleanup

Tucsonan Wins Ride into Space

Wins final challenge, a run around the top of Seattle Space Needle

Border Wildfire Burns 1,200 Acres

Parker Canyon Lake in its path; campground evacuated

Biosciences Growing Quickly in AZ

Synthetic heart research leading scientific advancements, new research

Revised Billboard Law Goes to Governor

She vetoed earlier version; this one restricts placement, protecting astronomy

Flagstaff's Lowell Observatory, where Pluto was discovered in 1930.

New Telescope for Lowell Observatory

July unveiling ceremony in Happy Jack

Bright Billboards Gain Limited OK

Legislature works out compromise to appease business, astronomy

A preview of the documentary detailing the Navajo population's struggle for water.

Preview: Seeking Water from the Sun

Arizona Illustrated offers a glimpse of the AZPM documentary premiering April 22

Benedictine Sanctuary Now Powered by the Sun

Benedictine Sisters see energy efficiency as part of their contemplative spritual tradition

Volunteer with National Geographic and the National Park Service, together with Saguaro National Park and the Sonora Desert Museum for the Saguaro National Park project, BioBlitz. The project will be October 21st-22nd.

Desert Researchers Reach Across Border

Gathering unites Sonoran Desert researchers from U.S., Mexico to build scientific, cultural collaboration

Compromise Offered on Electronic Billboards

Vetoed by governor, bill finds new life by limiting signs to Phoenix area

UA Professor Leading Research for Autism Drug

Dr. Linda Restifo is testing fruit fly brain cells to find a drug to treat the core problems of autism.

The 32" Schulman Telescope on Mt. Lemmon manages nightly viewing programs less than 20 miles from Tucson.

Astronomers Cheer Veto Of Billboard Bill

Now all sides talking about future compromise to balance darkness and advertising

University of Arizona philosophy department head Christopher Maloney

Are We Conscious of Consciousness?

Philosophy professor can't explain it, so attend conference

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