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UA researchers study effects of near-infrared light on aging brains

Researchers hope the treatment will boost energy metabolism in brain cells and tune up mitochondria.

What is 5G and how will it transform our cellular networks?

A discussion with the UA College of Engineering's Ravi Tandon.

What data can tell us about Southern Arizona’s economic well-being

The MAP Dashboard measures the Tucson metro's performance in 36 socioeconomic indicators.

UA researcher studying disease that could impact chocolate supply

The Swollen Shoot disease is affecting cacao trees in Ghana.

Researchers calculate what an immigration arrest costs a family

Out-of-pocket expenses and future earning losses could total more than $24,000.

Not on board: Research shows consequences of mandating corporate gender diversity

Companies in California saw their stock price drop after the signing of a new law.

UA gets go-ahead to open school of veterinary medicine

The program will be the first public vet school in Arizona.

UA prof giving public talk on dark matter in Spanish

Graduate students had the idea to host a lecture for Spanish speakers.

UA Cancer Center receives $5M gift from big name in cosmetics

The gift traces back to a phone call from the Estee Lauder chairman to the Cancer Center founder.

Researchers working to understand forest response to global warming

A UA ecologist's data is contributing to a global effort to track climate change effects.

Machine learning research examines ways to make computers more human

Scientists foresee future computers working as collaborators on tasks.

UA computer engineers developing 'immune system' to guard against cyberattacks

The team is creating defenses similar to the human body's fight against disease.

Arizona 360 interviews Christiane Amanpour

The renowned journalist was in Tucson to receive the Zenger Award for Press Freedom.

Accommodating student housing in Tucson

A look at some of the impacts from high-rise towers near the university and downtown Tucson.

Panel to present research on medical marijuana

Organizers are calling Wednesday's symposium the first of its kind in Arizona.

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