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Mark Marty Pagel, PhD, a UA Cancer Center expert will receive a $2 million grant from the National Institute of Health to study the effectiveness of baking soda therapy to treat breast cancer.

Can Baking Soda Battle Breast Cancer?

Tucson researcher receives $2 million grant to explore a new medical possibility

University of Arizona Town Hall

University finances, academic excellence and the future of the UA

The University of Arizona

Experts Continue Debate Over Iran’s Disputed Nuclear Program

Middle East scholars debate regional nuclear issues as new sanctions target Iran

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.

State Senate Committee Confirms Two New Members of the Arizona Board of Regents

Dr. Ram Krishna and former legislator Greg Patterson join board

Sherrie Hessick (left) and Amy Urman (right) of the Pima County Genealogy Society discuss the release of the 1940 Census Bureau Records and their importance.

National 1940 Census Captures Local Imagination

Volunteer-based Pima County Genealogy Society helps would-be genealogists discover their own roots

Regents Freeze In-State Tuition at 2 Universities

First time tuition for undergraduates at UA won't go up since 1992; non-resident rises 3%

Arizona budget puzzle

GOP Legislators Move To Budget Compromise

$147M of what Brewer wants has been agreed to, House member says

UA Poetry Center Library

Tucson Poetry Festival Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Tucson institution highlights work of local poets, students

University of Arizona philosophy department head Christopher Maloney

Are We Conscious of Consciousness?

Philosophy professor can't explain it, so attend conference

Doctor Asks: What Is Consciousness?

Anesthesiologist says his discipline offers insight into an elusive question

Student Club Promotes Diversity with Bilingual Conference

Arizona Model United Nations welcomed nearly 400 high school students to their 50th Annual High School Conference.

Students Speak Out On Tuition Hikes Before Fees Are Set

Many ask for tuition freeze to apply to all students, not just undergraduates

Campus Guns Bill: 'Oh, It's Dead,' Sponsor Says

Amid universities, community colleges opposition, support wanes

Rattlesnakes Emerging from Hibernation

Eight people bitten by snakes this year

Lead Exhibit Curator of the Arizona State Museum Diane Dittemore shows us Native American baskets and talks about the hundreds of baskets from Apache, Hope, O'odham tribes and more that the museum will be exhibiting from April of this year until June next year.

World-Class Basketry Exhibit Opens Soon

Arizona State Museum will display collection of Native American artifacts

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