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Russell Witte is studying how ultrasound, commonly used for fetal imaging, can be used to capture high-resolution images of brain activity.

UA Researchers Developing Brain-Mapping Technology

Biomedical engineer Russell Witte is leading a $1.15 million NIH project to create a new type of imaging with the potential to advance understanding of brain function and improve diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders.

'Star Wars' Science: Risk Analysis Gone Wrong

UA space systems engineer Roberto Furfaro examines the Death Star and points out the key design flaws that spelled the fictional spacecraft's doom.

College Announces Fall 2015 Outstanding Seniors and Grad Students

UA College of Engineering announces outstanding seniors and graduate students for fall 2015 semester at commencement luncheon December 8.

How Could BB-8 Work?

UA College of Engineering robotics expert and “Star Wars” fan Wolfgang Fink analyzes the design of astromech droid BB-8.
UA SHPE members Maria Lissette Flores, Fermin Prieto and Jaime Goytia celebrate winning the Academic Olympiad.

UA Hispanic Engineering Students Win National Leadership Award

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers chapter nabs 2015 national and regional honors; one member shares a $10,000 design contest prize.

New WEST Center to Address Water Issues

The $5.5 million facility, built by Pima County, will bring together industry, government and academia for the development of new technologies.
First-year UA Engineering student Dani Spencer, a member of the Arizona Wildcats gymnastics team.

UA Engineering Class of 2019 Poised for Success

A gymnast for the Wildcats and the founder of a nonprofit are among the newest members of the University’s growing College of Engineering.
Doctors perform brain surgery at Banner - University Medical Center Tucson.

New Microscopy Technology May Help Surgeons Save More Lives

Biomedical engineers and neurosurgeons at the University of Arizona develop augmented microscopy technology to help surgeons operate with greater precision and reduced risk of harming patients.