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UA Geneticists Help Make Tomato Genome an Open Book

UA Geneticists Help Make Tomato Genome an Open Book

An international consortium including the UA's Dr. Rod Wing has deciphered the genetic code of the cultivated tomato and a wild relative.

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Davis Travel Fellowship Winner to Study Human Attention in Netherlands

Davis Travel Fellowship Winner to Study Human Attention in Netherlands

Assistant professor of Psychology Paige Scalf is going to travel halfway around the world to learn more about attention as a cognitive function.

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Two UA Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Two UA Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Roy Parker, Regents’ Professor in molecular and cellular biology, and Marcia Rieke, a Regents’ Professor in astronomy, have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.   Learn more »

UA Tests Consumer Water Filters for Contaminant Removal

UA Tests Consumer Water Filters for Contaminant Removal

A UA study of water filtration devices and the chemicals they removed appears in the March 2012 issue of Good Housekeeping, and was featured on national TV.   Learn more »

New Center will Aid the Transfer of Ideas to Market

New Center will Aid the Transfer of Ideas to Market

Tech Launch Arizona is a new technology commercialization center designed to consolidate efforts around moving knowledge and inventions to market.   Learn more »

At a Loss for Words

At a Loss for Words

The National Institutes of Health awarded the UA Aphasia Research Project a $2 million grant to research communication impairments in adults who have suffered brain injury.   Learn more »

Biosphere 2: A Model City for Sustainability

Biosphere 2: A Model City for Sustainability

The Biosphere 2 campus will be a testing site for new solar technology as part of the Model City concept study, an environmentally sound municipality with efficient energy generation and use.   Learn more »


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