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Tucson moves ahead with public Wi-Fi

Access points funded by pandemic relief funds will serve neighborhoods without broadband.

Interplanetary visitor sweeps past Earth

Bright Neowise comet surprises space scientists in Tucson.

Researchers developing wearable technology to fight coronavirus spread

For now, the technology can collect data about vital signs and "augment" a diagnosis, though researchers have bigger goals.

Drone flights cost firefighters time in north Tucson mountain blaze

Drone operators could face prison time and fines if they are caught interfering with airborne crews.

Border Patrol turns to private industry for ideas to stop border wall breaches

The agency is asking contractors for ideas to "leapfrog current technology."

Arizona sues Google over location tracking practices

The state says the tech giant illegally collected location data.

Hubble space telescope marks 30 years of exploration

The space science landmark received help from the University of Arizona.

Window opens for tribes to seek licenses for internet access

Tribes had pushed to be first in line for the licenses that once were reserved for education institutions.

UA physicist says many subatomic breakthroughs to come

John Rutherfoord is among researchers using the Large Hadron Collider.

New online tool points consumers Native American-owned businesses

The RezRising website and phone app aims to not only draw attention to Native American entrepreneurs, but also change attitudes.

New tools in store for cell biology researchers

UA scientist examining ways to show cellular chemistry at work

The future automated workplace

How the "new industrial revolution" will affect jobs and education in Tucson and Pima County.

Former UA College of Science dean talks Biosphere 2, OSIRIS-REx

Joaquin Ruiz, who has transitioned to a new role at the university, highlights the college's top achievements over the last two decades.

Safety agency says distracted driver caused fatal Uber autonomous test vehicle crash

The agency criticized a lack of federal and state regulation for autonomous vehicles.

Slow broadband speeds challenge Tohono O'odham Community College

People living on tribal lands or in rural areas have underserved broadband needs across Arizona.

What is 5G and how will it transform our cellular networks?

A discussion with the UA College of Engineering's Ravi Tandon.

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