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Team Uses 'Magic' Microbes, Chemical Processes to Render Toxic Explosives Harmless

The U.S. military is planning to use new forms of explosives compounds that can't be detonated accidentally.

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NSF Early Career Award Winner Is Caching In on More Memory

As a child and young adult, Tosiron Adegbija had no desire to follow in his parents’ footsteps and become a professor.

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UA Materials Science Engineers Lead Global Phononics Conference

Phononics 2019, one of the premiere international conferences in the field of phononics and acoustic metamaterials, is taking place on the University of Arizona campus June 3-7.

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New $1M Wind Tunnel Makes UA a Player in the Hypersonics Research Game

Scientists worldwide are racing to perfect hypersonic vehicles, which can travel at many times the speed of sound, for military as well as civilian uses.

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Engineering a Device to Fight Child Abuse

A 2-year-old child shows up to daycare with a bruise on her arm. Her dad dropped her off today, she was at her mom’s house the day before and she was staying with her grandparents the day before that.

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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Date-Pollinating Drone!

In the Persian Gulf region, farmers pollinate date palms by climbing to their tops and shaking a pollen wand -- being careful to avoid the trees’ thorns, which grow up to 6 inches.

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Researchers Developing 15-Minute MRI

Lying perfectly still for an hour in a magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, machine isn’t anyone’s idea of fun.

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NASA Funds $30M Project Led by Armin Sorooshian to Study Cloud-Aerosol Interactions

Armin Sorooshian, a professor of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona, has spent his career at high altitudes -- whether he's soaring above the Pacifi

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