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Southern Arizona heat takes annual toll on car batteries

Experts say motorists should plan to buy a new one every 3 years.

Asteroid Apophis serves as target practice for space rock hunters

The near-miss object will speed past Earth in 2029.

New University of Arizona building focuses on tech startups

Tech Launch Arizona helps new businesses get off the ground.

Scientists marvel at new black hole image

The University of Arizona-led Event Horizon telescope project captured the object in the center of the Milky Way.

Get ready for spectacular star show from the James Webb Space Telescope

Project engineers are fine tuning the instrument's optics for targeted images.

Biosphere 2 starts a tech incubator

The laboratory welcomed four tech startups in a ribbon cutting ceremony.

University of Arizona parks Russian robots due to conflict

Grubhub, UA will "secure a new robot courier delivery solution."

Intelligence gathering incorporates social media in Ukraine

A University of Arizona information professor notes almost anyone can track Russian military movements online.

Former shuttle cockpit simulator comes to Tucson

Astronauts trained on it, then it became a movie set.

Union Pacific will use self-driving trucks to move freight between Tucson and Phoenix

It will be San Diego company TuSimple's first customer on that route.

James Webb Space Telescope reaches its target

The first pictures of deep space are expected this summer.

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University of Arizona backed telescope project off to a stellar start

The James Webb Space Telescope will aim its optics at distant galaxies.

Autonomous trucker TuSimple logs first no-human road test

The self-driving truck cruised through southern Arizona.

Space telescope launched on daring quest to behold 1st stars

The University of Arizona designed one of the instruments on board.

Study shows more people are not afraid to have machines make their choices

A University of Arizona researcher's survey asked if they preferred algorithms to human-generated decision-making.

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