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August 2019

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Students Driving Autonomous Vehicles Toward Safer Future

A group of college students from around the United States spent their summer developing driverless car tech at the University of Arizona.
Purple norovirus microbes viewed through a microscope

Using a Smartphone to Detect Norovirus

University of Arizona researchers strike the balance between sensitivity and affordability with a new method for identifying this gut-busting microbe.
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Mining 360: CAT Employees Become Wildcat Alumni

Caterpillar workers from all over the world immerse themselves in the world of mining and earn University of Arizona certificates.
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High Rankings for Faculty Expertise, Campus Life

The UA earned recognition for its world-class research from the Center for World University Rankings and for quality of campus life from The Princeton Review.

UA Packing a Multibillion-Dollar Economic Punch

Through research, visitor spending, construction and more, the University of Arizona's economic impact tops $4 billion, according to a comprehensive report. The university also supports thousands of Arizona jobs.
Erin Ratcliff receives a framed certificate from Department of Energy Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabber

Assistant Professor Unites Energy Researchers Across Nation

Erin Ratcliff was one of only three individuals to receive national recognition for her involvement with the DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers.
Ming Li leans over a computer, smiling and helping a student.

UA Selects Engineering Associate Professor as 2019 Distinguished Scholar

Ming Li recognized for mentoring students and mitigating cybersecurity threats.
Mike Hummel and Dave Hutchens

The Power of a UA Engineering Degree

Engineering problem-solving is at the core of success for the CEOs of the Salt River Project and Tucson Electric Power.

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