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UA Leads STEM Traineeship to Address Needs of Navajo Nation

With about 35 percent of homes in the Navajo Nation not connected to central power or drinking water, a new UA research traineeship is aimed at addressing such challenges.

Research Shows Pest Resistance to Biotech Crops Is Surging

Pest resistance to genetically engineered Bt crops is evolving faster now than before, UA researchers show in the most comprehensive study of adaptation to date.

Ripples in Space: The Little Telescope That Could

For the first time, scientists including the UA's David Sand have directly detected gravitational waves — ripples in space and time — in addition to light from the spectacular collision of two neutron stars. The implications are profound for our understanding of the cosmos.

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