Inaugural BioNMR Symposium features internationally recognized scientists from national labs, academia and industry.
New online data analytics program delivers high quality at half the price of many other programs.
Biologist Virginia Weis will use her NSF award to develop new genomic tools, which will protect coral reef ecosystems.
Mathematics professor Juan Restrepo has won the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Geosciences Career Prize.
31 science undergraduates will receive $5,500 each to conduct full-time summer research in labs across campus.
Mathematics instructor Sara Clark used her Digital Learning Innovation Award to improve student success in developmental math courses.
Award-winning science writer Ed Yong discusses microbiome in the human body based on best-selling book, I Contain Multitudes.
William Yslas Velez, Distinguished Professor at University of Arizona, tells all of first-year minority students, "If you know mathematics, you can do anything.”
Recent challenges to science have caused us to reflect on what are doing to positively impact climate change.
Celebrate the magic of color through arts and science at special events May 5, 2017 with Nike, HGTV, and others!
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