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Microbiologist Channah Rock

Pure Water Brew Challenge Brings Reclamation to the Forefront

A campaign put on by a coalition of water experts has breweries from around Arizona turning wastewater into beer. But the effort is really about education, according to the UA's Channah Rock.
Luneberg lens

Startup Licenses UA-Invented Radar System for Auto Industry

The College of Engineering inventions stand to improve automotive radar systems with inexpensive, high-performing Luneburg lenses.
Alex Craig

Navy Awards UA Aerospace Engineers Nearly $2M to Advance Hypersonic Flight

The College of Engineering is building two additional wind tunnels to explore instability and materials failure in vehicles traveling at extremely high speeds.
Erica Clevenger, on her bicycle wearing a UA jersey, raises her fist above her head in victory

Chemical Engineering Alumna Wins National Cycling Championship

Erica Clevenger excelled academically in the UA College of Engineering while clocking up victories on the cycling circuit.

New Online Master’s in Cybersecurity

Unfilled cybersecurity jobs are predicted to triple in five years. UA curriculum draws from top-ranked programs; flexible schedule offers six start dates per year.
Air Force Predator unmanned aerial vehicle

Smarter Control for Border Patrol

Engineers at the University of Arizona are designing an autonomous border-surveillance system that can collect, assess and act on data in real time -- and deploy drones on its own.

University of Arizona Sports Analytics Class About More than Ballpark Numbers

UA professor of systems and industrial engineering Ricardo Valerdi adapts his Science of Baseball program to a new class in sports analytics.
University of Arizona Museum of Art Hosts Tinkerlab

UA Art Museum Introduces Tinkerlab for Young Makers

Given the rise of the makerspace movement, UAMA has introduced a space meant to foster experimentation, problem solving and creativity.