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Maketopolis: UA Engineering Student Clubs Come 'Out of the Workshop and Into the World'

UA Engineering students join do-it-yourselfers, roboticists, inventors, hobbyists, artists, bike modders, metalworkers, potters, hackers, steampunks, builders, woodcrafters, sculptors, tinkerers, programmers, and more at Tucson's inaugural...

UA and Arizona Celebrate STEM Fields with Annual SciTech Festival

The UA joins the state of Arizona during the months of February and March to celebrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics with the annual Arizona SciTech Festival.

UA Regents' Professor Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Harrison Barrett, a UA Regents' Professor who has made groundbreaking advances in medical imaging, has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

A New Tool in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life: A Tricked-Out Point-and-Shoot

UA engineers have turned an off-the-shelf digital camera into an imaging device that could be key in the search for life forms on other planets.

Tomorrow's Pacemakers: Batteries Not Included

Tiny power generators developed by the University of Arizona and the University of Illinois could eliminate the need for batteries in medical devices.

Hispanic Engineering Students Encourage Kids to Follow STEM Careers and Education

More than 200 middle and high school students will learn about engineering by taking part in workshops and mingling with engineering professionals, academics and undergraduates.

UA Named Partner in Obama's '100,000 Strong in the Americas'

Mary Poulton of MGE and Lowell Institute leads UA involvement in President Obama's 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative to promote study abroad and multinational academic collaboration.

SME Tucson Section Awards Student Scholarships

Mining industry and mining society help UA Engineering students reach educational goals.