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2022

Two men examine a beaker of algae.

Small but Mighty: How UArizona Researchers are Harnessing the Power of Algae to Capture Carbon

An astrobiologist, an engineer and an ecologist have teamed up to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.
Jim Field on a hike smiling with a green landscape behind him

Managing Microbes and Supporting Students: 2022 da Vinci Fellow Jim Field

Chemical and environmental engineering professor is dedicated to removing toxic substances from the environment and helping his students build successful futures.
A group of seven people -- five students holding certificates flanked by two professors -- pose for a photo

College Celebrates Spring 2022 Outstanding Seniors and Graduate Teaching Assistants

REAL Work poster session participants pose for a photo with Dean David Hahn and Noel Hennessey

REAL Work Sophomores Gain Research Experience

Students in the ENGAGED program get an early start in faculty laboratories and research groups.
Two researchers in white lab coats look at a computer screen.

Biomimicry Builds on 'Nature's Genius'

The Arizona Republic features three College of Engineering faculty members in an article about biomimicry and biomimetic research.
Graphic: photo of Barb Filas next to the College of Engineering logo

National Academy of Engineering Elects Mining Pioneer

Alum Barb Filas, self-proclaimed “mere mortal,” receives one of highest professional distinctions.
Five people on a roof installing an antenna and wearing hard hats. Four are on the surface of the roof while one is climbing up a metal structure.

Students HAM it up on Roof of Old Engineering

Members of the local university-community amateur radio club install a new antenna on the roof of Old Engineering, greatly expanding the club’s communications capabilities.

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