UA-Built Concussion App in NCAA Competition

Sports-related concussions have become part of the national conversation, and a team of UA researchers — including football players Jason Sweet and Scooby Wright — is teaching athletes to recognize the signs.

With UA Grass, Golf Courses Could See Two Kinds of Green

A new turfgrass is being tested that would retain its color longer, keeping courses open and saving money from costly overseeding procedures in the fall of the year.

Haury Grants Aim to Strengthen Community

The first round of competitive grants awarded by the UA’s Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice recognizes projects that answer specific problems with inspiring solutions.

How Plant Science Can Help in Growing Small Business

UA plant sciences experts Barry Pryor and Thom Plasse have received Arizona Department of Agriculture funding to train the public on how to raise mushrooms, a robust and lucrative crop.

UA Participating in White House-Lauded Google Education Program

On Jan. 28, First Lady Michelle Obama previewed the college Expeditions project, of which the UA is part.

Anticipation Builds for OSIRIS-REx Launch

The NASA mission calls upon on the UA's rich tradition in space exploration, led by the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. The biggest story to watch in 2016 is the final installment in our six-part series.

Black History Month at UA to Honor Spoken Word, Action

Numerous departments and organizations have planned events to promote diversity and intercultural competency while celebrating the historic and current contributions of the black community.

Tech Launch Arizona Gets Boost as NSF I-Corps Site

The UA's commercialization office has been designated as an Innovation Corps site and will have funds to distribute to dozens of applicant teams over three years.

Network Snatches AZPM Documentary

Copyright licensing facilitated by Tech Launch Arizona is part of the office’s protection and commercialization of the UA’s intellectual property.

UA Researchers Launch Guide to El Niño

The ENSO Hub, a Web page for all things El Niño, breaks down the causes and effects for weather hobbyists and resource managers alike.