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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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Engineering Student Named 2021 Udall Scholar

Biomedical engineering student Sebastian (Sebo) Diaz is among 55 students from 42 colleges and universities who have been selected as 2021 

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With $3M Grant, UArizona-Led Center to Advance At-Home Health Care Technology

The last two decades have seen an uptick in people choosing to monitor their health using wearable technologies such as Fitbits and Apple Watches.

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Researchers Roll Out New Process for Lighter, More Efficient Solar Power Technology

Imagine a television so thin that it could be rolled up like a newspaper, or a thin film that could coat an entire building and generate solar power. Perovskites could make this possible.

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