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Global Climate Changing, Tucsonans Working Outdoors Feel Heat

National Climate Assessment says Southwest is going to get even hotter, drier.

Familiar Sounds of Summer

Some "singing cicadas" are associated with the monsoon but a bug expert disagrees.

Demonstration video of OSIRIS-REx.

Ukraine Crisis, Other Global Politics Imperil OSIRIS-REx Mission

Team plans to use rocket which runs on a Russian-made engine; Canadian government funding couldn't be secured.

Archaeology, Adventures and Agaves

Tucson archaeologists are beginning new chapters after decades at the University of Arizona, reveal ancient culture's uses for tough native plant.

San Pedro River

Project Aims to Detain Rainwater to San Pedro River Aquifers

Goal is to have water make its way into river, keeping it flowing even in dry seasons.

Rare Southwestern Rodent Gets Federal Protection

New Mexico meadow jumping mouse is now part of dozens of species in Arizona listed as endangered or threatened.

Gold Nugget Stolen from UA Flandrau Planetarium

It is valued at $30,000, university police dept. urges people with information to come forward.

Mourners Remember Admired AZ Astrophysicist

Trevor Weekes was a friend and mentor to many researchers in Southern Arizona; helped develop VERITAS on Mount Hopkins south of Tucson.

Deepak Chopra discuses conscientiousness.

Researchers, Philosophers Explore Theories of Consciousness

Despite ongoing exploration of consciousness and its concepts, the future of the study remains unknown.

Anita Bhappu, Program Chair of Retailing and Consumer Sciences, discusses technological developments that will change the way people shop in physical sores.

Retailers Want to Know How People Shop

E-commerce has exploded in the past ten years, as more people go to the Internet to buy and sell goods and services. Technology has driven much of that shift.

Melting Snow Won't Help AZ Rivers This Year, Forecast Says

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture anticipates water will be well below normal levels as snow thaws despite average amounts of snowfall through much of the West Coast.

Dust blows from Freeport MacMoRan mine tailings near Green Valley, Ariz. in July, 2013. The incident led Pima County to issue a notice that the company violated air quality standards.

Low Air Quality Caused By Dry Winter, Low Pressure Zone

Pima County Dept. of Environmental Quality has issued five air quality warnings in the past two weeks.

Jerry Moloney, director of Arizona Center for Mathematical Sciences, discusses plasma channels that could some day direct where lightening strikes.

Power to Control Lighting

An international reserch team has developed a plasma channel that could be used to direct lightning.

cars traffic

Driver-Less Cars About a Decade Away, UA Engineer Says

Technology being developed for a vehicle to navigate itself, promising to make roads safer eliminating human error; however, it also raises legal questions.

Dan Taylor and John Woolf discuss the importance of foreign healing systems.

Fusion Medicine

Dan Taylor and John Woolf's training and treatments may look very different, but both men have traveled extensively to perfect their work.

Dr. Eric Lutz, Assistant Professor for the Community, Environment and Policy Division at the UA College of Public Health, discusses pseudomonus infections and the developments the University is making in preventing these diseases.

UA Scientist Aims to Prevent Hospital Acquired Infections

People who have been in the hospital for a week or longer are at greater risk of catching a pseudomonas infection.

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