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The most recent volcanic activity on Mars, which occurred about 50,000 years ago, might have been triggered by a nearby asteroid impact that happened around the same time.
Scientists are certain dark matter exists, but after more than 50 years of searching, they're still unsure what it's made of. A UArizona optical scientist proposes repurposing existing tabletop technology to search for dark matter.
Three companies based on UArizona technologies were awarded top honors in Tucson's annual business pitch competition.
A wake of stars, created by a small galaxy set to collide with the Milky Way, is the highlight of a new map of the Milky Way's outer reaches.
For the sixth year in a row, UArizona experts predict an above-average hurricane season over the Atlantic Ocean. They expect 18 named storms, including eight hurricanes, between June 1 and Nov. 30.
A first-of-its-kind coalition, Carbon Mapper is launching a program to improve scientific understanding of global methane and carbon dioxide emissions.
Like boot prints on the moon, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft left its mark on asteroid Bennu. Images taken during the spacecraft's final flyover reveal the aftermath of the historic encounter with the asteroid.
The new institute, based at UArizona, will address critical research areas through large-scale international collaboration, innovation and exchange of resources.
Mission scientists will compare the final shots of the asteroid Bennu with images taken before the touch-and-go maneuver, which kicked up dust and rocks.
By mashing up brains from various insects, UArizona neuroscientists introduce a practical technique for quantifying the neurons that make up the brains of invertebrate animals.