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Jennifer Barton in her lab, holding a falloposope, which looks like a thin wire about 1.5 feet long.

Researchers Pilot 'Itty Bitty' Device for Earlier Ovarian Cancer Detection

Biomedical engineering professor and BIO5 Institute Director Jennifer Barton has spent nearly a decade developing a falloposcope to detect ovarian cancer in its early stages. Banner – University Medical Center surgeon Dr. John Heusinkveld has now...
Alex Craig and Jesse Little stand next to LT5, a long wind tunnel which is silver and stretches off frame to the left of them.

$10M Elevates UArizona Hypersonics Facilities to National Prominence

The funding will allow for upgrades to the College of Engineering's wind tunnels, strengthening UArizona’s position as an academic leader in hypersonics research.
Jason Keatseangsilp sits in a sports wheelchair with slanted wheels, smiling and holding two trophies on his lap. Behind him is a blue banner that reads, "Londrina Open UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour"

Q&A: Alum Climbs World Rankings in Wheelchair Tennis

Jason Keatseangsilp, who earned his biomedical engineering degree in 2017, is ranked No. 2 nationally in men’s wheelchair tennis singles – and approaching the top 50 globally, out of ~500 ranked players. Now he is contemplating the possibility of...
A group of eight people in blue jumpsuits smile in front of a round spacecraft. They look happy, with their arms around each other or raised in the air in celebration.

Engineering Alum Travels to Space

Dylan Taylor, who earned a materials science and engineering degree from the UA in 1993, recounts his journey to space aboard the Blue Origin NS - 19 mission on Dec. 11, 2021. He calls the journey, which marked Blue Origin's sixth flight, the...