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$1M NSF Grant Powering Quantum Connections

University of Arizona researcher Zheshen Zhang leads a team to create sensor systems for navigation, health care and communications – on Earth and beyond.
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Wearable Technology to Reduce Workplace Injury

Systems and industrial engineering professor shares her work on new episode of Arizona Science.
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A Quantum Leap

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Covert Communications Go Quantum

ECE researcher builds on WWII methods to reach the pinnacle of secret communications.
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UArizona Hypersonic Experts Contributing to $100M Consortium

The University of Arizona is among the lead institutions in an effort to study flight at five times the speed of sound.
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Engineering Students Receive Funding for Real-World Solutions

The second round of the Tech Launch Arizona Student Innovation Challenge features engineering student projects to detect snakes and sustainably purify water.
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Sundt Provides $250K to Construction Engineering Management Program

The longtime university partner continues its support for an initiative to help students gain hands-on experience in the construction industry.
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First Virtual Homecoming Celebrates Alumni and Diversity

The University of Arizona put the “home” in Homecoming this year with a series of virtual celebrations.