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UArizona Engineer Awarded $5M to Build Quantum-Powered Navigation Tools

Zheshen Zhang, a University of Arizona assistant professor of materials science and engineering, is leading  a $5 million quantum technology project to advance navigation for auto

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Arizona State Legislature Approves $4M in Ongoing Yearly Funding for School of Mining and Mineral Resources

About 45,000 jobs in Arizona are connected to mining in some way. Further, many top industries, such as aerospace, manufacturing, technology, health care and renewable energy rely on Arizona’s minerals, particularly copper.

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Researchers Enlist Robot Swarms to Mine Lunar Resources

With scientists beginning to more seriously consider constructing bases on celestial bodies such as the moon, the idea of space mining is growing in popularity.

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UArizona Team Led by Architecture Professor Jonathan Bean and Engineering Professor Wolfgang Fink Wins $200,000 ‘American-Made Challenge’ E-ROBOT Prize

wall-EIFS, a robotically applied, 3D-sprayable exterior insulation and finish system for building envelope retrofits, is one of 10 finalist prize winners of the U.S.

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University of Arizona Puts Hypersonics Research Program in Hyperdrive

The University of Arizona has upped its game in hypersonic flight research to help meet the needs of the U.S.

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Karanikola Named Runner-Up for U.S. ASPIRE Prize

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) awards the annual APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE) each year.

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Jennifer Barton Elected Into SPIE Presidential Chain

Jennifer Kehlet Barton, the Thomas R.

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Tiny Wireless Device Illuminates Neuron Activity in the Brain

Everything that happens in the brain is a result of neurons sending and receiving signals in complex networks that are not completely understood by scientists.

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