A media team from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences worked with Tech Launch Arizona to develop a new technology and spin it out into a company.
UA has hired attorney Cindy DeLancey as the first executive director of the center. DeLancey begins her appointment on Sept. 6.
The newly developed app, the result of a collaboration involving the UA, makes it easier to determine whether a water source is safe from a public health standpoint to use on produce.
"Ouch!" has never sounded so authoritative. Out of the mouth of Justin Schmidt, UA entomologist and author of the only scientific rating system of insect stings, it takes on a whole new meaning. In this excerpt from his recent book, "The Sting of the Wild," Schmidt tells us about the fascinating life of the tarantula wasp.
The educational Car Smart app targets 16- to 21-year-olds who are in the market for a used car.
The award recipients represent a range of disciplines, including engineering, linguistics and anthropology.