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  The BIO5 Institute Keep Engaging Youth in Science research internship program fosters new knowledge, new skills, and authentic self-confidence in Arizona high schoolers.   Launched in 2007 as the...

The Asthma & Airway Disease Research Center has revolutionized our scientific understanding of asthma and other respiratory diseases.

Nearly 340 million people globally and 25 million...

Dr. Jani Ingram (Diné), Professor in Chemistry was named as one of the seven 2021 NAU regents professors!

The Arizona Board of Regents approved seven Northern Arizona University (NAU)...

On Friday, April 30, Diné scientist Dr. Karletta Chief was notified that she has been named University Distinguished Outreach Faculty by the University of Arizona in recognition of her...

It was a hot day in the middle of July when Janine Acton pulled up to the squat, fifth-wheel trailer in Bouse, a town about 30 miles from the Arizona-California border that would feel like the...

Contamination fouling drinking water in parts of Marana and near Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson is due for separate cleanups soon.

The cleanups will dramatically lower...

A $1.5 million Health Sciences grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will support research to examine how being a firefighter affects women’s stress levels, as well as their...

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the globe early in the spring of 2020, researchers began investigating how air pollution, which has been known for decades to have deleterious effects on...

In the age of COVID-19, is it safe to get on an airplane, and if we do, how can we mitigate exposure risk?

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A UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA HEALTH SCIENCES researcher has been awarded an eight-year, $7.3 million federal grant to advance her two decades of research to determine how a family of proteins can be...

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