July 26, 2020

Science

NAU, UArizona, ASU join research computing fight against COVID-19

Northern Arizona is joining the University of Arizona and Arizona State University in a worldwide effort to advance COVID-19 research using research computing resources. Arizona’s three state universities are participating in the national Folding@home project, which relies on volunteers’ idle computing power to run protein modeling computations that help researchers learn more about how to

Arts & Culture

Giant Robots Arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

A family of towering, 10-foot tall robots have taken over Phoenix Airport Museum’s Terminal 4 Gallery at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Mother, father and a child robot stand in an athletic pose with arms raised nearly touching the ceiling. Their heads, appendages and torsos consist of televisions, blitzing with fast-paced video clips of sports

International

Israeli police use water cannons on protesters, arrest 55

Israeli police used water cannons to disperse protesters in central Jerusalem and arrested at least 55 of them as clashes broke out overnight after thousands staged a protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Israelis have held a series of demonstrations in recent weeks calling on Netanyahu to resign, citing his trial on corruption charges and

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