Science

UA experts help national team develop HIV cure

UA infectious diseases experts will collaborate and become part of a national team working to develop a cure for HIV through a $28 million, five-year grant funded by the National Institutes of Health. The UA is one of 18 institutions participating in the Martin Delaney Collaboratory program, and will be a part of the BELIEVE—or Bench to Bed Enhance Lymphocyte Infusions to Engineer Viral Eradication—project. Read more

Google hosts a weekend of innovation at UA

Aspiring entrepreneurs and business-savvy minds will have the chance to showcase their ideas and prototypes next weekend at the UA Startup Weekend — designed and hosted by Google. Over the course of three days, like-minded individuals and teams will pitch their ideas for new innovative products and companies. Read more

Ways to thrive as a science major

So you decided to major in the sciences. Want to be the next swanky tech entrepreneur or a world famous researcher? Here are some Arizona Summer Wildcat-certified tips to help you survive your freshman year. Read more