Diodes made from DNAResearchers have developed the smallest diode using DNA.
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The Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium will have to find a new mechanism to perform its laser shows. Hector Vector the Star Projector, Flandrau’s beloved star projector and robot friend, is officially retiring.
Archaeologists at the UA School of Anthropology and the Arizona State Museum are cooking up something big for their next project. Researchers are using utility-ware pottery and cookware to learn more about migration patterns at the Homol’ovi Hopi pueblo sites.
The University of Arizona Campus Arboretum uses the entire campus as their laboratory to study agriculture
If you’ve ever been interested in learning more about trees, the UA Campus Arboretum has got you covered.
A (tiny) snail tale
Mission to Mars
Whether you’re an amateur stargazer or a professional astronomer, the UA Astronomy Club has something for you. The Astronomy Club aims to educate students and members of the Tucson community about astronomy.
There’s an app for that
This Week in Science Sept. 15: Bats become buddies with carnivorous plants and another early hominid joins the family tree
Your great-great … great-great … great … great-grandparents
Learning a second language can be a challenge, but learning about your own language can be an even greater one. Experiments in psycholinguistics being done at the UA aim to answer questions about how language is used and how it is represented in the brain.
Children might be tempted to eat more unhealthy foods if their eyes are glued to the television, according to a new UA study.