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University of Arizona Awarded $26M to Architect the Quantum Internet

The University of Arizona will receive an initial, five-year, $26 million grant from the National Science Foundation, with an additional five-year $24.6 million option, to establish and lead a new 

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Herbold Fellowships Apply Data Science to Diverse Areas

Bob Herbold, former chief operating officer of Microsoft Corp., and Patricia Herbold, who served as a U.S.

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“The Future is Now” in New Skin Cancer Diagnosis Technology

The sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays pose elevated risks for skin cancer in the desert southwest, but University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers at the Cancer Center are using their unique posit

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Multi-University Center Aims to Minimize Mine Tailings Risk

As the global demand for minerals and metals continues to grow, so too does the proliferation of mine tailings – the waste materials left over when mining is complete.

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Shanghai Rankings: UA Home to Top Water Resources Program in US

The University of Arizona has been ranked No. 1 in the U.S. and No.

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UA Climbs to 39 in Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Utility Patents

The University of Arizona ranks No. 39 among the top 100 worldwide universities with the most U.S.

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Teens Design Back-to-School Strategies Amid COVID-19

Engineering is a method of problem-solving that can help address a variety of challenges — even how students can safely and effectively return to school during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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UA Joins Network Dedicated to Improving STEM Graduate Education

The University of Arizona this fall will join a network of institutions in the United States and Canada dedicated to improving how graduate student and postdoctoral scholars are prepared for future faculty positions in STEM fields.

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