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Robot Armada for space exploration

Robot Armada Might Scale New Worlds

An armada of robots may one day fly above the mountain tops of Saturn's moon Titan, cross its vast dunes and sail in its liquid lakes.
Campos and Corral

Air Force Awards $14M to 2010 Young Investigators Research Program

Erica Corral, an assistant professor in MSE, is one of the recipients of more than $14 million in grants to scientists and engineers by the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Program.
Semiconductor lab

Project Sage Special Report: Sustainability Through Engineering

Work at the UA's Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing is leading to to advancements in reducing water and energy consumption.
Project Sage

On a Rooftop, Students of Invention

The assignment for the first class of the Practice School of Sustainability is to design a cogeneration system that combines a solar photovoltaic array with water cooling.
TMAL Awards

From Bar Codes to Biotech: TMAL Awards Honor Leaders in Management and Engineering

Teri Spencer, the co-founder, CEO and president of Ephibian, won a Shaping the Future Award at the 2009 Technology and Management Awards Luncheon (TMAL) held Oct. 16 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix.
Solar Energy Efficient Dwelling

Solar Decathlon Team Leaders Celebrate UA’s Success

As the Solar Decathlon winds down, UA students can now celebrate a successful competition, which has garnered the team praise from thousands of visitors and national recognition.

Lockheed Martin Funds New Engineering Lab

Lockheed Martin will provide UA with $96,100 to partially fund the creation of the Lockheed Martin Materials Testing Laboratory in the College of Engineering.
Edward Keonjian

Keonjian Distinguished Professorship Honors Life and Work of 'Father of Microelectronics'

Professor Wolfgang Fink is the first recipient of the Edward and Maria Keonjian distinguished professorship in microelectronics.