(CNN) The Golden Globe Awards were presented Sunday night. A full list of nominees follows below, with winners indicated in bold. TELEVISION Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series -- Musical or Comedy Don Cheadle - "Black Monday" Read More Nicholas Hoult - "The Great" Eugene Levy - "Schitt's Creek" Jason Sudekis - "Ted Lasso" - *WINNER Ramy Youssef - "Ramy" Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series -- Musical or Comedy Lily Collins - "Emily in Paris" Kaley Cuoco - "The Flight Attendant" Elle Fanning - "The Great" Jane Levy - "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" Catherine O'Hara - "Schitt's Creek"- WINNER* Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series -- Drama Jason Bateman - "Ozark" Josh O'Connor - "The Crown" - WINNER* Bob Odenkirk - "Better Call Saul" Al Pacino - "Hunters" Matthew Rhys - "Perry Mason" Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series -- Drama … [Read more...] about Golden Globe winners 2021: See the full list
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As UA has grown, Tucson’s reputation as a “science city” has grown too, with major discoveries and innovations occurring regularly. Some of the area’s science-landscape highlights include the UA Tech park, which works with inventors and entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to market, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, considered one of the best in the world and the Raytheon Company, one of the top employers in the city and a significant defense contractor. However, the placement of these institutions here begs a fundamental question: Why Tucson? What is it about the region that makes it a place conducive to research and innovation, whether it be in technology, geology, medicine or astronomy? Part of the answer has to do with Tucson’s desert, surrounding the city with an arid environment. In addition, the city has “inviting skies which are wide open, and ... fascinating plant and animal life,” according to Anthony Muscat, department chair of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. … [Read more...] about Campus Guide ’17: What makes Tucson a great science city?
Last spring, UA students competed in several competitions brought about by a range of UA departments, with three such events catching our attention. A self-driving car competition tested young computer engineers from across the globe to program a car to drive itself through an obstacle course, the Rooftop Garden Competition challenged any student willing to try to design an efficient, productive garden to liven up campus and provide food for the community and a candy-counting competition sought to teach engineering and information undergrads how to cooperate and apply their knowledge to create robotic devices. The self-driving car competition, held April 23-25, brought in students from other countries including Switzerland and Chile, and U.S. states including Missouri and Georgia. Teams were given a sequence of tasks that got progressively more difficult. MORE FROM THE DAILY WILDCAT Are you eligible to get your coronavirus vaccine right now? … [Read more...] about Campus Guide ’17: A year of student science competitions
He made America’s representative institutions greatly biased in favor of Republicans. Photo-Illustration: Intelligencer Photo: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas In the United States, every season is campaign season. Four months after America last went to the polls, Democrats are still refining their autopsies of the 2020 race and already governing with an eye toward the 2022 midterms. Meanwhile, on the other side of the aisle, Republicans are trying to figure out just how firm Donald Trump’s grip on their party really is — and debating whether that grip should be stronger or weaker. To gain some insight into these matters, Intelligencer turned to our favorite socialist proponent of ruthlessly poll-driven campaigning, David Shor. A veteran of the 2012 Obama campaign, Shor is currently head of data science at OpenLabs, a progressive nonprofit. We spoke with him last week about how his analysis of the 2020 election has changed since November, what Democrats need to do to keep Congress … [Read more...] about David Shor on Why Trump Was Good for the GOP and How Dems Can Win in 2022
The W.M. Keck Foundation has awarded the University of Arizona geoscientists a three-year, $1 million grant to research fluids beneath Earth’s surface. The goal of the project, titled "Evolution of Crustal Paleofluid Flow Systems," is to get a better understanding of the effects and reactions of underground fluids, such as oil, groundwater and gas. “We want to understand where underground fluids come from, how they flow and react with the rocks they move through, what kinds of forces generate and move them around and how that relates to the geologic history of a region,” said professor Peter Reiners, department head of geosciences at UA. Reiners is leading a team of mostly UA scientists in this project. They will be venturing to the Paradox Basin in Eastern Utah and Western Colorado, an area that has historically been a geological hotspot. The flow of subsurface fluids there over the last 300 million years has resulted in deposits of uranium, copper, gas and other substances. … [Read more...] about The flow of what’s below: A million dollar idea