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- Posters and research papers from Class of 2019 PharmD graduates are now available in the Pharmacy Student Research Projects collection.
- Proceedings from the 2019 International Telemetering Conference are now available in the repository.
- OSIRIS-REx Science Implementation Plan materials are now available in the repository through the efforts of UAL Special Collections personnel and the OSIRIS-REx team.
- We're welcoming the Arizona State Museum to the UA Campus Repository, with the addition of the ASM Archaeological Series collection. Content from this series is currently being digitized, and we're excited to announce the public availability of "River of Change: Prehistory of the Middle Little Colorado River Valley, Arizona" at https://repository.arizona.edu/handle/10150/634831. Digitization of this collection is made possible by our colleagues at the University of Arizona Press, Special Collections and the Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship at the University Libraries, and the Arizona State Museum.
- We celebrated International Open Access Week, October 21-27, by playing "The Game of Open Access" with library colleagues. Visit http://www.openaccessweek.org to learn about other international open access initiatives around the 2019 theme "Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge"
- Have you heard about the UA Libraries' Open Access Investment Fund? The fund supports initiatives and projects that advance open access. It also supports institutional memberships with specific publishers; UA authors benefit from discounts on article processing charges.
- The UA Campus Repository has achieved the milestone of making more than 70,000 items publically available. The 70,000th item added to the repository was Bernice Ackerman's Characteristics of Summer Radar Echoes in Arizona, 1956, from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics Scientific Report series.
- The UA Faculty Publications collection now contains more than 6,000 articles contributed by faculty and researchers under the UA Open Access Policy passed by the UA Faculty Senate.
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Growing Up: Greenhouse Designs for Urban SpacesWith the world heading towards a potential food crisis by the year 2050 we need to start looking at current solutions to future problems. One idea is to create more efficient greenhouses where more food can be grown in a smaller space and closer to population centers. By first understanding a brief history of the origins of greenhouses and their historic uses we can further our understanding of how to push these designs into a better future. By utilizing new construction materials, buildings designs, and growing methods, greenhouses may be able to help stem the need for additional agricultural land and food transport. Many companies are already creating urban farms but there is still room for improvement. This study takes a look at some basic ideas towards furthering this goal.