At the Science City at the Tucson Festival of Books, the science of everyday life and the science of tomorrow are only a few booths away.
Researchers at the UA have been awarded a grant from the Office of Naval Research to study human vision in an attempt to improve computer vision.
Bisphenol A-free products might be as bad as BPA: a discussion with a scientist-turned-journalist From the courtroom to the laboratory to the newsroom, Susan E.
In light of a measles outbreak in California and the ongoing national debate on vaccines, the Student Health Advocacy Committee will be hosting the Peer Education Seminar: Vaccine-preventable Disease, in order to educate students about the vaccines and ... read more
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. read more
A UA researcher has shown that the bacteria that causes gonorrhea is potentially able to “recruit” human proteins to protect itself from the immune system. read more
UA researchers are developing a new drug to treat inflammatory bowel disease — a condition of the gastrointestinal tract in which the body’s immune system attacks beneficial bacteria naturally found in the gut. read more