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'Hackerspace' Opening in Historic Warehouse Downtown

Space will allow people to work on various projects, learn from each other, gain understanding of how objects work.

Amphi Middle School Upgrades for New School Year

The district used a $7.2M bond, voter-approved in 2007; changes include new technology, new gym.

Mark Candy, collections manager at the University of Arizona Mineral Museum, gives insight and history of the Mineral Museum.

UA Mineral Museum Receives Its Largest Donation Ever

The collection will help create database used for non-destructive sampling technology.

Sun Tran's Ronstadt Station

New Bus Payment System Challenging Riders

Passes not reflecting payments in first days of new 'smart card' fare

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

Voice-Activated Car Technology Considered Distracting

AAA survey shows newest gadget is 'more dangerous' than hands-free and hands-held devices.

A solar panel at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Parish and School.

Using Sun to Keep Medicine Cold

Local company makes solar-powered vaccine refrigerators for remote clinics, branches out to military uses.

Solar Farm Coming to Quartzsite

Project to provide enough electricity for up to 30,000 homes

Animal Tracking Leaving Marks

Techniques, including transmitters, provide varied information

Archaeologists Uncover Social Networks of Ancient Southwest

Study reveals how indigenous people shared pottery design across boundaries

Jeffrey Pyun, professor from the UA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, discusses how to transform waste sulfur into lightweight plastic, which can be used in batteries for electric cars, and other uses.

Process Developed for Using Waste Sulfur

Scientists discover method for greening up petroleum refining

Dr. Bijan Najafi, Director for the Interdisciplinary Consortium on Advanced Motion Performance, discuss new ways to preserve our health as we age.

Scientists Study How We Move

Bioinstrumentation provides ways to help people stay mobile

Dr. Zain Khalpey discusses the ways of making sure organs remain viable and ways of using tissue regeneration to reduce the need for organ transplants.

UAMC Again Performing Lung Transplants

Researcher seeking ways to grow new lungs, hearts for those in need

Spam Texts May Be Banned in AZ

Bill OK'd in Senate, but texting-driving provision rejected

Tests of Faith, and Learning in Video Games

Presbyterian Campus Ministries members play and learn at UA's video game archive

Virtual Generation Grows Up

New film explores effects of childhood spent behind computer screen

The University of Arizona

Mobile App Makes Heart More Accessible

UA faculty members creates 3-D images for easier study

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