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$10.8M Initiative Unites Engineering and Health Researchers to Improve Cancer Treatments

A University of Arizona project, with funding from the state's New Economy Initiative, creates humanlike cancer models and growth environments to help improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
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Undergraduate Research Program Will Take Community-Based Approach to Arizona Health Challenges

A health-informatics training initiative funded by the National Library of Medicine aims to get future researchers PHIREd up about addressing close-to-home health, environmental and engineering issues.

Engineer Awarded $4.5M to Develop AI-Powered Hypersonic Guidance and Navigation Systems

As countries around the world work to advance weapons traveling at Mach 5 and faster, a team led by University of Arizona experts builds a "brain" for high-speed vehicles and interceptors.
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Vision Society Adds Forward-Looking Professor to 2023 Class of Fellows

The recognition marks Wolfgang Fink’s sixth overall fellowship, and the fourth in a national or international society.
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Software Engineering Program Boosts Workforce

Industry has been involved in the the College of Engineering's software engineering degree program from the early days of curriculum planning and continues to play an instrumental advisory role.
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Creating a Common Language for Satellites

DARPA selects a team of Arizona researchers to advance communication abilities between groups of satellites in low-Earth orbit.
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Solar Track Meet Infuses Even More Design Into First Year

First-year students quickly regroup for a second experiential project as part of the Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Program.

UA Team Wins National Design-Build Student Competition

The Cardinal Design-Build team bested 21 other teams from around the nation in a two-phase competition culminating at the 2022 Design-Build Conference and Expo.