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A photo of the desert garden on the University of Arizona Mall in the foreground, and UA's Old Main in the distance
As the part of the Campus Arboretum’s 20th Anniversary celebrations, a florilegium exhibit aims to inspire visitors to pause, observe, and reflect on the plant kingdom they inhabit.
UArizona student cooks with a nutritionist looking on
The University of Arizona is working to empower Arizona communities through culinary medicine.
An unparalleled experiment underway at Biosphere 2 forced the “hottest tropical rainforest in the world” through a controlled drought and recovery experiment to paint a clearer picture of how global climate change will affect Earth’s ecosystems.
A new paper from researchers behind an unprecedented drought experiment at the University of Arizona's Biosphere 2 underscores the importance of molecular compounds often associated with fragrance in identifying when an ecosystem is in distress.
Guayule at Maricopa Agricultural Center
Guayule may pave path forward for drought-impacted Southwest
Norton School students walking in the streets of Paris
As part of the Norton School of Human Ecology’s Fashion Industry’s Science and Technology program, students have the opportunity to broaden their horizons in a unique study abroad program.
students work in a learning kitchen during a culinary medicine class
If you're interested in developing your culinary skills while learning to develop and adapt recipes to meet special nutritional needs, the Culinary Medcine course in the School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness might just be for you.