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Students News - April 2019

A student in a white polo shirt flies a tethered drone outside Old Main at Engineering Design Day

$36,250 in Prizes Awarded at UA’s Engineering Design Day 2019

Top team helps lost hikers find their way home with cellphone app and solar-powered beacons.
UA engineering students fine-tune their virtual reality system for CPR training after hours on the floor of a lab at the Sarver Heart Center.

Gift Equips Engineering Students to Build Lifesaving Technology

Biomedical engineering students at the UA will soon have the chance to solve design challenges in all four years of their studies.
Prabhat Baniya and Kathleen Melde

Pushing the Envelope of Chip-to-Chip Communication

ECE professor and grad student get tiny chips to do big jobs using reconfigurable antennas.
Two people standing in front of an ivy-covered archway on the UA campus.

A UA-Powered Science Fair Success

Ask and you shall receive: High school freshman turns to UA researcher for help with her project on aerosol particles.
Five students standing by a 3D printer

Students Demonstrate Firefighting, Grasshopper-Catching and Bruise-Measuring Tech at Design Day

On April 29, 616 senior engineering students will display projects they’ve developed over the course of a year. There are inventions to fight fires, reduce cyclist fatalities and combat child abuse, as well as more than 100 other projects to make...
Close up of a woman holding a plastic device onto her left arm.

UA Students Working to Build a Device to Fight Child Abuse

KGUN features a senior design team creating a method to measure the age of bruises.
Three smiling people in Disney uniforms in front of the Toy Story Mania! attraction.

Electrical Engineer Makes Disney Magic

Engineering undergrad builds communication and teamwork skills in the Disney College Program.
Photo taken from inside an airplane flying above the cloud layer.

Probing Wildfire Smoke Plumes Up Close

Using data collected by planes flying directly through clouds of wildfire smoke, a team of UA researchers is investigating the impact of aerosols on the weather and public health.

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