People are living longer than ever, but brain health isn’t keeping up. Now, a team of researchers has proposed a new model for studying age-related cognitive decline — one that’s tailored to the individual.
Arizona’s territorial legislature created the Arizona State Museum in 1893. Today, it holds many treasures, including over a half-million photographs and films, some of which are now being shown in an exhibition set to run for two years.
The University of Arizona has partnered with Tucson Electric Power, or TEP, to provide its campus with enough clean, emission-free power from new solar, storage and wind systems to serve all its purchased power needs.
A new prism system devised by a University of Arizona professor captures images with a small camera and projects them onto tiny screens in front of each eye to help low vision users see their surroundings. It will let users zoom, focus and adjust contrast and colors.
Wildcat Amanda Higby ’19 always knew that she wanted to become a lawyer. “I’ve always loved reading and I always loved the law,” she says.
Recently named to the Forbes list of 30 Under 30 for Science, Sean McClain has made his mark at a young age.
Family and community. These 10 graduates found them at the University of Arizona, and 10 years after graduating, their experience as Wildcats continues to evolve and deepen. Through giving and service, they’re helping new members of the UA family discover what community means to us.
The University of Arizona Wildcat family celebrates the life of Dick Tomey, who passed away May 10 at the age of 80 after a courageous fight with cancer.
They say knowledge is power. They should also say that knowledge can be gleaned in endless ways from many sources.
Photographer B.A. Van Sise was nervous when he traveled to North Carolina to photograph renowned poet Dorianne Laux.