Peter Reiners (front) and the paleofluids team study the Mill Canyon splay of the Moab Fault, a potential pathway for paleofluid flow and fluid-rock reaction. (Photo: Amanda Hughes)

UANews: UA Geoscientists Take a Crack at Paradox Basin's Mysteries

With the help of a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation, geoscientists are gearing up to study subsurface fluid-rock systems, complex interactions between underground fluids such as oil or groundwater, and how they influence the rocks through which they move.

At KEYS, Eric Oum worked in the lab of Dr. Anita Koshy studying the effects of aging on the immune response to Toxoplasma gondii infection. Here, he presents his research poster at the KEYS Showcase.

UANews: Donor-supported KEYS Program Pairs Young Scientists with Research Mentors

Nothing compares to the hands-on lab experience, say the high school students, many of whom decide to continue their studies as undergraduates at the UA.

UANews: Donated de Kooning Painting Returned to UA 31 Years After Theft

“Woman-Ochre” has come home to the UA Museum of Art

Pierre Deymier

Sound Over Silicon: Computing’s Wave of the Future

With a combined $1.8 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation and the University of Arizona, materials science and engineering professor Pierre Deymier explores building a quantum computer that uses sound instead of quantum particles to process information.