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Invention Could Improve Cancer Drug Delivery, Lessen Harmful Effects of Chemotherapy

An invention by UA researchers may provide a way to deliver chemotherapeutic drugs to cancer tissues in controlled doses without harming healthy body cell
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UA Engineering Tests Underground Border Security System

The University of Arizona College of Engineering is testing an invisible border monitoring system that could revolutionize the way the U.S. conducts homeland security.
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UA College of Engineering Biofuels Expert to Speak at Tucson’s First TEDx Conference

Kim Ogden will talk about bioreactor design microbiological water quality.
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UA to Induct New Regents' and Distinguished Professors

S. James Anaya, professor of law; Edgar Dryden, professor of English; and Marcia Rieke, professor of astronomy, will be inducted as Regents’ Professors, and Mary M. Poulton will be recognized as a University Distinguished Professor.
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UA and Honeywell Sign Research Agreement

Agreement allows the UA and Arizona's third biggest employer to skip some red tape and get to work quicker.
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UA’s High School Engineering Program Wins Education Award

College of engineering and partner schools awarded for innovative education program that enables high school students to get college credit.
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UA Engineering Robotics Outreach Club Featured on Arizona Public Media

The UA Engineering Lego Robotics Outreach Club, aka RoboClub, featured on Arizona Public Media Nov. 17.
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Sustainability Congress Will Focus on Science and Engineering of Protecting Environment

More than 70 companies, five federal agencies, five professional engineering societies, and hundreds of delegates from around the globe will gather in Tucson when the UA College of Engineering hosts a global congress on the science of sustainability.