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$1.4M Effort Develops Reusable Sponges to Soak up Harmful Chemicals From Water

University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University researchers are developing specialized, reusable sponges to remove a group of chemicals known as PFAS from water.

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Sen. Sinema Voices Support for Mining and Mineral Resource Programs at University of Arizona Visit

At a recent University of Arizona roundtable on securing the defense supply chain, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema spoke about the importance of the mining and mineral resource sector in paving the way to a more sustainable future.

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As Reflective Satellites Fill the Skies, UA Students Make Sure Astronomers Can Adapt

As satellites crawl across the sky, they reflect light from the sun back down to Earth, especially during the first few hours after sunset and the first few hours before sunrise.

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Ratcliff Works to Scale Paper-Thin Solar Technology

Using a combination of multiple energy sources, including solar, makes the nation’s energy system more resilient. Solar energy provides about 3% of the country’s electricity overall and about 9% of Arizona’s, according to the U.S.

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Back with a (Flash)bang: Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Day 2022

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From Connected Cars to Oil Pipelines: Engineering Innovators Aim to Protect 'Internet of Things'

Around the world, countries are on the cyber offense.

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UArizona Engineer Leads $1M Project to Fight Vision Loss

Eye infections are common in rural farming communities. A scratch on the cornea caused during agricultural work can get infected and turn into a scar, then an ulcer.

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