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UA seniors discuss factors determining their next steps

Lorraine Rivera met with students in the Blue Chip Leadership program.

Star Betelgeuse's mysterious dimming has the attention of UA astronomer

If the star goes “supernova,” Narsi Anugu says it will provide a boost the field of astronomy.

UA finds a third of undergrads stay in the Tucson metro area after graduation

A university office conducts the survey to add data to the conversation about what students do after graduating.

How green light might help pain sufferers wary of opioid addiction

A UA scientist is researching how the color green can be used to help manage chronic pain.

Novel or familiar: A conversation about drug addiction and the brain

Researchers are seeking a better understanding of compulsive behavior on a cellular level.

NASA considering UA-backed trip to moon of Jupiter

Exploration of the volcanic moon Io is among four choices for the future mission.

Scientist exploring how intermittent fasting might prevent addiction

If fasting has the same effect on humans as it does on mice, John Streicher says it could be a way to help prevent opioid addiction.

Study: Fake personas at work can lead to poor job performance and dissatisfaction

The UA-led study says employees who show genuine feelings are more productive.

UA researcher studies how exercise and stress impact the immune system

Richard Simpson says exercise habits and stress can release the same hormones, with different effects.

Finding perspective on race and privilege: "Master Harold"... and the Boys

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A conversation with James D. Diamond about his book "After the Blood Bath", and Part 2 of Youth Crossing Gender Borders, "Changing Expectations".

UA physicist says many subatomic breakthroughs to come

John Rutherfoord is among researchers using the Large Hadron Collider.

Antarctic study yields new information for climate change models

A UA-led team used robotic floats to collect data in the Southern Ocean.

Art by incarcerated people going on display at UA Museum of Art

The exhibit is part of a prison education program that started in 2017.

New tools in store for cell biology researchers

UA scientist examining ways to show cellular chemistry at work

Paying college athletes for their images

A change to NCAA rules could allow college athletes to profit from promotions.

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