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UA I-Corps Teams Get Funds to Find Customers for Inventions

Four of the seven teams in the UA's first NSF I-Corps cohort are from the College of Engineering. Projects cover drone control, flood simulation, materials manufacturing, and shoe-bomb detection.

Pioneering Champion of Diversity in STEM Reflects on 25-Year Career

Retiring UA professor of materials science and engineering Supapan Seraphin leaves generations of students with memories to savor.

Algorithms and AI: Teaching Smart Radios How to Learn

Research by a University of Arizona PhD candidate in electrical and computer engineering could make always-available wireless connections a reality using a new combination of artificial intelligence and algorithms.

Meet Outer Space's First Traffic Controller, in Residence at UA

Arizona Public Media interviews Moriba Jah, director of the UA Space Object Behavioral Sciences initiative.
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UA Engineers Zero in on Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer

Jennifer Barton is identifying biomarkers and creating optical imaging tools to screen for a form of cancer often called a “silent killer” of women.

Wildcats at Work: Amanda Rubio

Chemical engineering alumna Amanda Rubio talks about her life at the UA and how she landed her first engineering gig working internationally, and offers some advice for Wildcats trying to do the same.

UA Establishes Transportation Research Institute

The University is bringing together an interdisciplinary team of researchers to address the many challenges of a rapidly evolving "transportation ecosystem."

College Announces Spring 2016 Outstanding Seniors, Grad Students and Teaching Assistants

The UA College of Engineering honored outstanding seniors, graduate students and teaching assistants for the spring 2016 semester at a commencement luncheon May 2.