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11 Pieces of Advice From UA Engineering Wildcats

Earning an engineering education is as rewarding as it is challenging, and many find they learn just as much about topics like teamwork, communication and even themselves as they do about scientific principles and the design and manufacture of goods...
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Solar Oven Throw Down 2022: A Day for New and Lasting Collaborations

600 students took early steps into engineering design as the college celebrated 10 years in partnership with Gore.
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Space Sciences, Water Resources Shine in US News Best Global Universities Ranking

UArizona ranked 108 out of 2,000 higher education institutions across 95 countries in the 2023 Best Global Universities ranking.
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Battery-Free, Light-Powered Pacemaker May Improve Quality of Life for Heart Disease Patients

University of Arizona engineers lead a research team that is developing a new kind of pacemaker, which envelops the heart and uses precise targeting capabilities to bypass pain receptors and reduce patient discomfort.
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Improving Arizona Air Through Ozone Research

A multi-university team uses a multi-million dollar ABOR grant to learn about how emissions sources and the Southwest’s unique weather and climate influence the production of ozone and contribute to health issues.
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New UArizona Center Focuses on Safety, Sustainability and Security in Space

The Space4 Center is a partnership involving the College of Engineering, College of Science, BIO5 Institute and the Office of Research, Innovation & Impact.