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Research News - April 2018

Bonnie Hurwitz, George Watts and Candice Clark-Mason.

UA Researcher Uses ‘Shotgun Sequencing’ to Study How Microorganisms Control Our Lives

Bonnie Hurwitz’s genome sequencing research aims to help doctors offer more personalized treatment plans more quickly.
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Catching Clouds and Checking Climate Change

Atmospheric particle researcher Armin Sorooshian selected as 2018 College of Engineering da Vinci fellow.
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Rescue Drones, Rocket Science and Aerial Photography: A Special Preview of Engineering Design Day 2018

On April 30, nearly 600 senior engineering students will display a search and rescue drone, a device to protect people from the aftereffects of snakebites and more than 100 other projects with the potential to save lives, time and money.
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Students Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Nearly two dozen UA-affiliated students have been awarded the fellowship, which recruits high-potential, early career scientists and engineers and supports their graduate research training in STEM fields.
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Cybersecurity Means Job Security

UA South's cyber operations program, based on the Sierra Vista campus but fully online, has grown quickly and provides students with extensive hands-on training for an array of career opportunities in the field.
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UA Engineering Graduate Student Wins Big in Vegas at Thesis Competition

Biomedical engineer cashes in his “lung-on-a-chip” presentation.