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A dental patient lies in a chair while a dentist gestures toward X-rays of the patient's teeth.

Researchers Develop System to Address $150B Health Care Losses Due to No-Shows

Developed in the College of Engineering, the system has been licensed to startup Hipokratiz LLC to bring it to the market.
Vicky Karanikola, Jonathan Sprinkle and Ricardo Valerdi

Provost Recognizes Three Engineers

Faculty members win university awards for their excellence in research, teaching and outreach.
J. David and Edith Lowell

University Mourns Loss of Renowned Mineral Exploration Geologist and Philanthropist J. David Lowell

Alumni J. David Lowell and wife, Edith Lowell, named the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources and co-named the Lowell-Stevens Football Facility.
Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Day

Engineering Seniors Triumph at First Virtual Design Day

Unable to gather on campus for the traditional public showcase of projects a year in the making, students presented their creations -- including biomedical devices, space exploration tools and sustainable building materials -- online, and got their...
Urs Utzinger

Living Room Labs Keep Experiential Learning Going

With most campus facilities shut down because of COVID-19 restrictions, biomedical engineering professors are finding ways to deliver the lab to students at home.
Craig M. Berge and Nancy Berge

A Wildcat Love Story

Craig M. Berge is a College of Engineering alumnus and the namesake for the Engineering Design Program. His wife, Nancy Haddad Berge, shares their love story.
BIO5 Researchers

BIO5 Researchers Make Tools Better and More Accessible

The BIO5 Institute, directed by biomedical engineering professor Jennifer Barton, is the University of Arizona's home for cutting-edge research.
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Quantum Entanglement Offers Unprecedented Precision for GPS, Imaging and Beyond

University of Arizona researchers are using quantum entanglement to detect radio frequencies with more sensitivity and accuracy than ever.