Q&A: Healthy Relationships
As February marks Valentine’s Day as well as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, we asked Darin Knapp, assistant professor of practice of family and consumer sciences, a few questions about romantic relationships, warning signs and the influence from families.
CALS Grad Helps Lay Ground for Super Bowl
Joe Traficano provides technical support and service to sporting facilities, businesses and individuals trying to achieve natural, healthy, ecologically friendly grass in Arizona. His work has taken him all over the Southwest, and even to the 2016 Super Bowl.
Q&A: Will Groundhog Say Bundle Up or Bare Down?
In advance of Groundhog Day, John L. Koprowski, professor of wildlife conservation and management, answered some questions about Punxsutawney Phil and other burrowing animals.
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The Value of Nutrition and Exercise, According to a Moth
How can animals that feed mostly on sugar embark on migrations spanning continents? What looked like flawed scientific data led to an unexpected discovery, thanks to the tenacity of a group of biologists in the UA's Department of Entomology.
Q&A: Feeding Your Genome
Floyd “Ski” Chilton, author of “The Gene Smart Diet” and professor of physiology and pharmacology in the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, offers his perspectives on key aspects of precision nutrition.
Arun Dhar assumes leadership of the University of Arizona Aquaculture Pathology
In mid - January 2017, Arun Dhar moved to Tucson to begin his duties as an associate professor in the School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences, and director of the Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory—both in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.