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June 2021

A group of eight people stand smiling for a photo with a hand-built airplane, which sits in front of them and looks to have a wingspan of about 10 feet.

Michael Marcellin Makes ‘Thinking Like an Engineer’ Top Educational Priority

Popular ECE professor puts three decades of experience to work supporting student clubs and helping undergraduates get real-world experience.
Suchol Savagatrup, wearing a face masks and blue latex gloves, reaches into a cabinet in his lab.

Little Droplets With a Big Punch: Using Liquid Sensors to Test Water Safety

Engineering assistant professor and Army Young Investigator Award winner develops a water test that uses oil droplets, rather than a solid sensor, to immediately detect contaminants.
Artist's depiction of a quantum circuit, in which nodes of light are interconnected by streams. lines of 0s and 1s appear in the background.

UArizona Engineers Demonstrate a Quantum Advantage

In a new paper, researchers in the College of Engineering and James C. Wyant College of Optical Sciences experimentally demonstrate how quantum resources aren't just dreams for the distant future – they can improve the technology of today.

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