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As Reflective Satellites Fill the Skies, UA Students Make Sure Astronomers Can Adapt

University of Arizona engineering students have completed the first comprehensive brightness study to characterize mega-constellation satellites cluttering the skies.

Ratcliff Works to Scale Paper-Thin Solar Technology

Chemical and environmental engineering professor is one of two UA researchers to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office.
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13 Reasons to Study Engineering at the University of Arizona

Take it from these #ENGRCats! The College of Engineering offers hands-on design experience, industry connections and lifelong friendships – not to mention a pathway to high-paying careers in a wide range of areas, from electrical engineering to...
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Engineers Design Motorless Sailplanes for Mars Exploration

A concept developed by University of Arizona aerospace experts and a NASA planetary scientist takes inspiration from albatross flight to learn more about the Red Planet's atmosphere and geology.
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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.
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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.