Microbes are 'active engineers' in Earth's rock-to-life cycle
An open-air, living laboratory that spans parts of Arizona and New Mexico is helping researchers better understand how mineral weathering – the breaking down or dissolving of rocks and minerals over time – feeds into Earth's intricate life-support system.
Five UArizona researchers named AAAS Fellows
Five UArizona faculty members have been named AAAS Fellows, a distinct honor in the scientific community bestowed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. From using microbes to combat allergies to turning insects into food, the university's newest AAAS Fellows represent a broad range of research expertise.
UArizona School of Journalism joins NBCUniversal News Group's NBCU Academy
The UArizona School of Journalism has been named one of the newest members of the NBCU Academy, an award-winning journalism training program that builds a pipeline from classrooms to the newsroom.