Science News

New research finds Arizona businesses announced 3,000 renewable energy-related jobs during the second quarter. However, most of those are in construction.
Sep. 3, 2014
Meteorologists are seeing a warming trend in the Pacific Ocean. Experts say odds are good that we’ll see a moderate El Niño weather pattern this fall and winter.
Sep. 1, 2014
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The University of Arizona has installed new technology at their planetarium, looking to further engage the public with current research projects.
Aug. 29, 2014
The desert Southwest boasts one of the richest varieties of hummingbird species on the planet. Is it because of their unique sense of taste?
Aug. 26, 2014
The University of Arizona is set to open the state’s first public veterinary school next fall.
Aug. 25, 2014
A new report suggests that tuberculosis was brought to the Americas by seals, and researchers at ASU had a hand in the findings.
Aug. 21, 2014
Cuckoo
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced plans to preserve more than 500,000 acres across the western United States for the Yellow-Billed Cuckoo, considered for endangered species designation.
Aug. 20, 2014
Earlier this month, a toxic algal outbreak in Lake Erie crippled the city of Toledo, leaving residents without water access for three days. Fortunately for the Valley, the chance of an algae bloom to this scale is remote.
Aug. 19, 2014
It’s been known as Lou Gehrig’s disease since it took the Yankees baseball star’s life in 1941, but Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS is getting a lot of publicity these days from what’s known as the Ice Bucket challenge.
Aug. 18, 2014
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To increase the United States’ overall competitiveness, the fields of science technology engineering and math, or STEM, are being re-emphasized. Arizona is no exception.
Aug. 15, 2014
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz visited the shuttered nuclear waste plant in New Mexico on Wednesday for the first time since a radiation leak six months ago. He asked for the public's patience as the investigation into the cause of the leak continues.
Aug. 12, 2014
South Mountain Park is the largest municipal park in the country. On Saturday, it hosted the U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell for a special anniversary.
Aug. 11, 2014
For the first time Northern Arizona University researchers have linked uranium exposure to skin cancer. And one sub-population is especially at risk.
Aug. 8, 2014
Last weekend’s toxic algal outbreak in Lake Erie crippled the city of Toledo, leaving residents without water access for three days. Could that happen in Phoenix?
Aug. 8, 2014
Wooden
The three major universities in Arizona often boast scientific research projects and developments, yet a new college for science in Arizona aims to take a different approach.
Aug. 6, 2014
Leaf
While the Ebola virus continues to spread in Western Africa, a seemingly effective treatment used has origins from Arizona State University. Plant research is at the root of the experimental treatment being used on two American doctors infected with the Ebola virus.
Aug. 5, 2014
solar panels
A new report ranks Arizona as having the highest amount of solar energy per person in 2013.
Aug. 5, 2014
Arizona scientists have produced two different types of maps that take our understanding of Mars to a whole new level.
Aug. 5, 2014
Science
The release of last year’s AIMS scores on Monday signified the last time science scores won’t be counted against schools. That may be a good thing when looking at the science scores reported.
Aug. 5, 2014
Rice
An international research team led by the University of Arizona successfully mapped the genome sequence of African rice, known for hardiness and drought resistance.
Aug. 4, 2014

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