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Astronomers found that the type of supernovae commonly used to measure distances in the universe fall into distinct populations not recognized before, and this questions how fast the universe has been expanding.
Archaeologists working in Guatemala have unearthed new information about the Maya civilization's transition from a mobile, hunter-gatherer lifestyle to a sedentary way of life.
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Tucson-based startup Metropia Inc.
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Born from the rubble of a violent collision, hurled through space for millions of years and dismembered by the gravity of planets, asteroid Bennu had a tough life in a rough neighborhood: the early solar system.
The Anna Salazar Memorial Engineering Scholarship honors a late SynCardia employee by supporting women in pursuit of engineering degrees. TUCSON, Ariz., Nov.
Motorcycle riders under age 21 suffer fewer traumatic head injuries in states with mandatory helmet use laws than young riders in states with age-restricted ones SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.
Arizona Board of Regents Asked to Help Find New Location for Study PHOENIX, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A
Car and truck exhaust fumes that foul the air for humans also cause problems for pollinators.