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Laundered in Space

UA Engineering senior Christina Morrison is seeking solutions to a down-to-earth problem for space travelers: How to keep their clothes clean.

Lunar, Martian Greenhouses Designed to Mimic Those on Earth

University of Arizona scientists and engineers in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, part of the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department, are building greenhouses to support a crew of astronauts working on the moon or Mars...

UA students drill rock for a toss into Old Main fountain

UA mining engineering students competed in the annual rock-drilling competition, in which they had two minutes on a jackleg drill to bore as deep as possible into a 20-ton rock. The winner ended up in the fountain outside Old Main!

Mary Poulton, head of the department of mining and geological engineering is the 2012 Eugene G. Sander Endowed Faculty Fundraising Award recipient.

engineering innovation building

The Engineering Innovation Building will help the College of Engineering attract the best students and faculty the world has to offer. Thousands of students on design teams and in engineering clubs will have a new home built for teamwork and success. World-renowned researchers will gain the space and equipment to advance groundbreaking technology.