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Nuclear power can be used for good, clean energy and scientific research, or it can be used to create the most destructive force known to man. This paradoxical nature of nuclear power has many Americans concerned about the recent Iran nuclear deal.
Science is an art, and art is a science. These seemingly contradictory ways of exploring humanity’s place in the world found common ground last weekend when the UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory hosted the third annual “Art of Planetary Science” exhibition.
The UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory will celebrate the union of art and science during the “Art of Planetary Science” exhibition, held Friday, Oct. 16, through Sunday, Oct. 18, in the atrium of the Kuiper Space Sciences building.
Like the jealous Roman goddess of women, the NASA spacecraft Juno flies through the heavens to keep an eye on her unfaithful husband, Jupiter. Launched Aug. 5, 2011, Juno is well on her way to her destination and is expected to rendezvous with Jupiter in 2016.
Stephen Hawking, world renowned physicist famous for his research on black holes, may have just resolved the information paradox.
The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 25th birthday tomorrow.
2015 is the International Year of Light, and this October, the UA Museum of Art is celebrating by working with the College of Optical Sciences and the department of astronomy and Steward Observatory to integrate science and art in a whole new way.
The College of Science is wrapping up the 10th season of its Public Lecture Series on Monday, the 2015 edition of which was about the possibility of life in the universe. The last lecture takes place at 7 p.m. Monday at Centennial Hall.
The UA Museum of Art is home to paintings as old as 600 years old, and the museum’s curators are constantly striving to maintain the perfect environment to preserve these beautiful pieces of history in an attempt to combat the fragility of the pieces themselves.
Unlike digital media, physical media has a tendency to deteriorate over time due to the nature of paper, so archivists such as Wendel Cox, an assistant librarian of Special Collections at University Libraries, are working to preserve the pages of the past.