A view of buildings on the UA campus on Wednesday. Computers would have difficulty in differentiating between these overlapping buildings because it is hard for them to distinguish between borders.
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Shaina Hasan, a senior studying molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry, works in the Life Sciences South building on Saturday. Due to budget cuts, there is less money available for scientific research, resulting in repercussions such as talented scientists leaving the field and the stifling of potential new discoveries.
Biomedical sciences senior Colby Weaver holds his dog, Dirty Mike, on Tuesday at the UA mall. UA researchers are studying the health benefits dogs confer to their owners.
Jessica Rudd, a geosciences senior, demonstrates the Southern Ocean Working Group Model Metrics website, which is a work in progress, in the Gould-Simpson building. Rudd and Joellen Russell, an associate professor of geosciences, are studying the Southern Ocean’s role in climate regulation.
Joanna Masel, an associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, demonstrates her work on a board in the Life Sciences South building. Masel is currently studying the messiness in biology.
Cole Eskridge works in the lab of molecular and cellular biology professor Lisa Nagy on Tuesday at the Life Sciences South building. Eskridge is starting the Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics chapter at the UA and is awaiting approval from the Associated Students of the University of Arizona for the club to become nationally recognized.