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Digital Archaeology Project to Use Big Data

The interdisciplinary project, led by the UA’s Barbara Mills and Sudha Ram, was awarded a $1.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

When we think about some of the most pressing questions facing society today — on topics ranging from immigration to inequality to overpopulation — it might be helpful to consider how humans have handled similar issues throughout history, suggest researchers at the University of Arizona. (more…)

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Breathing Deeply – and Safely – After a Fire

UA researchers are working to ensure that firefighters and first responders breathe safely while cleaning up after fires.

Every year fires rage throughout the Southwestern U.S., placing firefighters and first responders at risk as they battle flames and smoke. University of Arizona researchers are working to make their jobs a bit safer by improving the breathing equipment they rely on to stay alive. (more…)

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