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UA Team to 3D Print Medical Masks

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals across the world are running short on personal protective equipment, including N95 respirators – masks that, unlike surgical masks, fit tightly around the face and are capable of filtering out 95% of airborne

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Start Your Engines: Design-Build Clubs Drive UA Students Toward Career Goals

As the designers and builders of so many things around us -- from the structures we live and work in, to biomedical devices that improve our health, to the space vehicles that will help us explore other planets -- engineers drive our world into th

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UA Engineers Collaborate on $3.5M DOE Traffic-Flow Project

University of Arizona electrical and computer engineering researchers are collaborating on a multi-institution project that uses connected and autonomous vehicle technology to smooth traffic and d

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Lunar Lasers and Cosmic Crops: NASA Funds UA Space Exploration Missions

Many things change for astronauts when they leave Earth and head into space, but at least one remains the same: They need food and water.

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Get Set for 2020 Racing the Sun Go-Kart Competition

High school students throughout Arizona -- from the White Mountains to Tombstone -- are revving up for Racing the Sun in Tucson on April 25, sponsored by SARSEF.

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Employers Seek Out Top Engineering Talent at 2020 iExpo

University of Arizona engineering students, donning professional attire and armed with resumes and strong handshakes, flocked to the annual iExpo in the Student Union Memorial Center on Feb. 6 to pursue jobs and internships.

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Probing the Hazy Mysteries of Marine Clouds

Sea salt, soot, sulfate -- probably not the first words that come to mind when you think of clouds.

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$1.7M in Department of Defense Funding Enhances UArizona's National Aerodynamics Reputation

The University of Arizona College of Engineering wind tunnels are getting $1.7 million in upgrades, which will boost the capabilities of the Department of Aer

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