Gallery: U.S. Fleet Forces Command Tours University of Arizona

Inside the new Applied Research Building, UArizona faculty and staff demonstrated the university’s innovative advancements in national security, hypersonics, semiconductors, data, space domain awareness and quantum.

March 4, 2024
Admiral Caudle presents Elliott Cheu with a plaque

Collaborative Project with UArizona Advances Indigenous Geoscience Education in the Grand Canyon

With an NSF grant of nearly $150,000, UArizona and partner universities are developing relationships with Native American tribes to advance geoscience education in the Grand Canyon.

Feb. 13, 2024

UArizona Researcher Reflects on Life of Improving Food Quality

Eliot Herman has been a researcher at UArizona’s BIO5 institute for the past ten years, during which he has improved the protein content in soybeans and engineered allergen-free crops. 

Feb. 13, 2024

UArizona Maricopa County Cooperative Extension Receives USDA Grant for Urban Beekeeping Education

The University of Arizona received a $100,000 grant from the USDA to develop a program that serves underrepresented urban farmers by teaching them to pollinate their crops through beekeeping and to diversify their income with honeybee products.


Jan. 25, 2024

UArizona researchers host panel after attending world’s largest climate conference in Dubai

The multidisciplinary cohort will highlight major takeaways from COP28 during February 1 event at ENR2

Jan. 22, 2024

UArizona receives three U.S. Department of Defense awards to support the acquisition of major equipment to augment current and develop new research capabilities

These awards are part of the recently announced Defense University Research Instrumentation Program funding totaling $161 million to 281 university researchers across the U.S.

Jan. 18, 2024

The University of Arizona Yuma Receives USDA Grant to Build the Next Generation of Agriculture Workers

The University of Arizona Yuma and three partner colleges have been awarded a USDA grant to equip the next generation of highly skilled agricultural workers and reduce barriers for Hispanic students seeking a bachelor's degree in the career areas of agriculture.

Nov. 30, 2023

26 Years In, Arizona State Museum Conservator Reflects on a Lifetime of Preserving Cultural Heritage

Marilen Pool, senior project conservator at the University of Arizona’s Arizona State Museum, has led an extensive career of research in both public and private sectors. Her enduring love for the craft and science of conservation propels her work of preserving cultural artifacts.

Nov. 30, 2023

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