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Science

Study looks into the way vertebrates communicate

On Jan. 17, University of Arizona professor Dr. John J. Wiens, along with a visiting scientist from China, Dr. Zhuo Chen, published a study titled “The origins of acoustic communication in vertebrates” that found that species who are active at night have utilized acoustic communication over a stable timeline. Read more

Science for the future

Science and technology are constantly changing, and the University of Arizona is at the forefront of the change. The University of Arizona hosts the Arizona Science Lecture Series, which will be held at Centennial Hall at 7 p.m. on Feb. 4, Feb. 18, Feb. 25 and March 3. Read more

UBRP Conference showcases undergraduates' biology research

Over 100 University of Arizona undergraduate researchers presented their work at the 31st annual Undergraduate Biology Research Program Conference in the Environmental and Natural Resources 2 building on Saturday, Jan. 25. This conference served as a public showcase of the work UBRP students completed during their time in the program.  Read more

Graduate student's research challenges understanding of cellular sleep

Kotaro Fujimaki, a graduate student of molecular and cellular biology at the University of Arizona, challenged science’s understanding of the relationship between cellular sleep and the irreversible, coma-like state of senescence, which can impair tissue function and contribute to aging, in a recent publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  Read more

'Art of Planetary Science' paints the universe

The wonders of the universe are mostly hidden from us, but with the help of scientists and artists alike, we can see what the worlds outside of our own really look like.On the weekend of Nov. 15-17, the University of Arizona’s Lunar & Planetary Laboratory is presenting the sixth annual Art of Planetary Science, an art exhibition that aims to celebrate the “beauty and elegance” of the universe beyond our reach. Read more