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Water report suggests diversification for Arizona agriculture

It's in response to mandatory Colorado River cutbacks triggered by drought.

COVID detectives still dogged by disinformation

Researchers continue confirming the source of the coronavirus at a Chinese wet market

Presenters prepare to bust myths at this year's UA science lecture series

Researchers will tackle misconceptions about their work during the 18th annual event.

Mood matters in the workplace

A University of Arizona-led report found people haboring negative feelings do better with details.

Scientists are taking a closer look at Saturn's moon Enceladus

The ice moon spouts geysers of water that could harbor basics for extraterrestrial life.

Researchers suggest new tools to study cancer

Engineering could hold the key to the next advance in solving the puzzle.

SRP researches cloud seeding in White Mountains to create snow amid historic drought

The state also helps fund cloud seeding programs in Colorado meant to increase flows into the Colorado River.

Winter solstice: Why isn't the shortest day of the year in the deepest part of winter?

It may be the day with the fewest hours of sunshine for the global north, but there is another source of heat to consider.

UA scientists still learning from Apollo 17 rocks 50 years ago

University of Arizona lunar scientists are still discovering details from the last manned moon mission's rocks.

The field guide "Birds of Arizona" was a labor of love for author Richard Cachor Taylor.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the Pima County Library's Synapse Team is helping mental health community-wide; visit the El Jefe Cat Lounge; and remembering broadcasting legend Larry Schnebly.

The Buzz: Looking back on 2022

Newsworthy interviews and topics that we addressed this year.

Bisbee Science Lab expands

A grant from the Fiesta Bowl Charity makes the growth possible.

Study shows incivility at home connects to higher productivity at work

UA researchers found that people seek to mend hurt feelings while on the job.

The Buzz takes a trip down the Verde River

Meet a man who has made saving this unique waterway his life's work

Crews remove invasive plants from Arizona waterways to conserve water, better ecosystem

Efforts along the Verde River and its tributaries to remove introduced plants can prevent monocultures while also getting water to a Phoenix-area reservoir.

Blue light therapy can help PTSD patients

Study shows it can produce drug-free, inexpensive treatment

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