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$3M Grant to Create Cybersecurity Modeled After Human Body

A woman touches a hot stove, but thanks to the nervous system, she snatches her hand away before she gets too hurt. A virus enters the body, but the immune system fends off the invader before it can cause too much damage.

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UA Engineering Honored for Commitment to Diversity

The American Society for Engineering Education and its Engineering Deans Council recognized the University of Arizona with a Bronze Award in the inaugural ASEE Diversity Recognition

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Assistant Professor Unites Energy Researchers Across Nation

Erin Ratcliff has long been a proponent of working across disciplines.

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UA Earns High Marks in 2019 World Reputation Rankings

The University of Arizona is among the top 100 higher education institutions in the world, according to the Times Higher Education 

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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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