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2018

University of Arizona senior Keara Burke

UA Undergrad Works to ID OSIRIS-REx Touchdown Site

Systems engineering and mathematics double major Keara Burke is helping NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft find the perfect place to collect samples at its far-flung destination, the asteroid Bennu.
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$1.5M Gift to UA to Help Shape Biomedical Engineers of Tomorrow

The gift, from a UA alumnus and his wife, will help provide engineering students with hands-on experience in biomedical device fabrication.
Dominic Gervasio smiles while he sifts through a stack of composite membranes, paper-thin black material with transparent yellow borders, about 1.5 feet by six inches.

University of Arizona Professor Advances New Fuel-Cell Technology

Dominic Gervasio is working with Tech Launch Arizona to commercialize a smaller, lighter fuel cell that can operate at high temperatures without using water.

More Than Meets the Eye

Augmented reality helps surgeons make decisions in real time.
Graphic representation of "Fog Computing." A cloud in the center contains the words "connectivity," "small data" and "sensing." Examples of what the technology can be applied to, represented by small icons with words under them, surround the cloud. "Smart City; "Manufacturing, Construction, Mining; Ag Tech; Energy; Healthcare; Transportation & Logistics; Consumer IoT

UA Engineers Bring 5G Whiz to Cell Networks

University of Arizona-led research into 5G networks allows for remote surgery, autonomous vehicles and ever-faster processing speeds.

UA Ranked in Top 25 for Research Funding

The UA’s strengths in areas like transportation research make it one of the top research universities in the country, according to a survey recently released by NSF.
two men in a greenhouse

Rooftop Greenhouse Teaches, Nourishes and Empowers Students

The nation’s first student-run rooftop greenhouse with the capacity for year-round food production helps stock the UA Campus Pantry.
cancer imaging team

Stopping Cancer With a Smartphone

Using an affordable, portable device that attaches to a smartphone, a University of Arizona researcher and his collaborators hope to save lives in rural Africa.

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