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Tempe, Arizona - ASU freshman Sarah Galvin’s promising path to a life of science began in kindergarten.
Tempe, Arizona - A new four-year, multi-million dollar award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will be used to develop the technology necessary to synthesize, screen and sequence artificial genetic polymers composed of threose nucleic acid (TNA).
Tempe, Arizona - Dark outpourings of lava gave the "man in the moon" his face more than three billion years ago. And volcanic activity continued on the moon until it halted a billion years ago - or so lunar scientists have long thought.
Phoenix, Arizona - With shovels full of dirt, construction has been launched on the 10-story Biosciences Partnership Building, the latest University of Arizona project in downtown Phoenix.
Tucson, Arizona - Alison Hawthorne Deming turns back into a student when she reads writers such as Rachel Carson, James Baldwin and Joan Didion. Environmentally inclined or otherwise, they have influenced the University of Arizona creative writing professor.
Tucson, Arizona - Technology and student exchanges are key to the future of international higher education, according to education, government and industry representatives who met at last week at a UA-hosted conference.
Tucson, Arizona - It's not every day that NASA scientists ask kids to design and launch rockets that could deliver food to inhabitants on a storm-ravaged, isolated Pacific island.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - A few weekends ago, as some techies lined up to buy the new iPhone 6, others flocked to the MIT Media Lab to play with a different piece of technology - one that hasn’t seen an upgrade in decades.