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A data-driven media installation, created to reflect marine conditions around the world, has altered with the slowing human activity.
Many restaurants have kept afloat through delivery and takeout orders provided in plastic packaging with plastic cutlery.
Submissions to the new journal will open this summer
In an experiment colloquially called "adobe Stonehenge," researchers at the Desert Research Learning Center at Saguaro National Park are looking at the impact of heavy rainfall on adobe brick construction.
Four university teams were finalists for a project that aims to change the way apartment buildings, schools and homes store energy and are kept cool.
An agricultural ecologist points to systemic racism resulting in a devastating lack of response to the pandemic.
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, working from home was viewed as a perk. Now it has become a necessity. And as states begin to reopen and ease back into something resembling normalcy (for better or worse), more companies are considering keeping work-from-home policies in place.
Award-winning microbiologist Channah Rock is in the business of keeping our food safe. Fortunately for us, she loves her job.
Arizona’s already hot and dry. So if it gets hotter and drier – we’re toast. Right? Well, not necessarily – leastwise, not on the Salt and Verde watersheds.
Arizona’s in the midst of perhaps the worst drought in 1,200 years, regardless of the blessings of a relatively normal winter, according to study published in the peer-reviewed journal Science.