Bok to the Future: Sounding the Depths of a Dying Star
A small, aging telescope — the Bok Telescope on Kitt Peak — can still do mighty science, even helping astrophysicists undertake a virtual journey to the center of a dead star.
Strategic Planning Session Set for UA's Phoenix Campus
The session next Tuesday will be modeled after one that was held on the Tucson campus on Jan. 29. In addition, a series of 10 meetups will be conducted in March.
UA Seeks Answers From the Deep
Oceanographer Joellen Russell is collecting big data in the Southern Ocean to tell us more about the Earth and its climate. In the coming weeks, a UANews series, Fast Forward, will examine the convergence of the digital, physical and biological worlds. This is the first story. With UANews video.
In Their Own Words: An Oral History Preserved
Archive Tucson offers an opportunity to keep learning about black history by listening to oral histories of key African-American figures from the city's past.
Big Data Is Only What We Make of It
In the concluding talk of the College of Science series, the UA's Vincent J. Del Casino Jr. explains how big data will impact society — and how higher education can leverage it.
Good and Bad News About Exercise Posts on Social Media
The more you see your friends post about exercise on social media, the worse you might feel about your own weight, according to a new study co-authored by a UA researcher.
Wildfire Problem Will Get Bigger in Coming Decades
A UA-led study projects substantial increases in area burned across western North America, with implications for land managers and policy makers.
UA, Coach Sean Miller Issue Statements
Associate head coach Lorenzo Romar will coach the Wildcats in place of Miller for Saturday night's basketball game in Eugene, Oregon.
First Evidence of Ocean Warming Around Galápagos Corals
A UA-led team studied the natural temperature archives stored in corals and found the ocean around the Galápagos Islands has been warming since the 1970s.
UA Leads Project on Big Data and Black Holes
A worldwide collaboration will work on ways of processing unprecedented amounts of data in real time, with a primary goal of assisting the effort to take the first-ever pictures of a black hole. However, applications eventually could include self-driving cars, renewable energy and national defense.