The University of Arizona College of Science offers a wide range of programs on scientific subjects to inform and engage the public in scientific endeavors and support the community. Biosphere 2 and Flandrau Science Center actively promote awareness and knowledge of scientific issues by making programs accessible to the public. Astronomy camps at Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter provide area students with the chance to learn more about math, astronomy, engineering and physics.
UA Science is known as a world leader in teaching, learning and discovery. As a trailblazer in the fields of astronomy, ecology, evolutionary biology, geology, hydrology and tree-ring research, the College of Science has established an international reputation for excellence. Facilities managed by the College of Science such as Biosphere 2, Tumamoc, Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium, Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab, and Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research provide a strong foundation for the Tucson-area’s world-class Geotourism attractions.
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