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Protection for the ‘Internet of Things’ Fueled by Arizona Innovation Has Arrived

Engineering startup launches its second product.
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Symposium Lends to Launch of UA Cancer Engineering Initiative

Internationally renowned researchers exchange ideas around prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
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College Celebrates Engineering Patents

The second annual Patent Medallion Luncheon recognized 17 engineering faculty for 24 inventions.
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International Achievement Award Highlights Decades of Optical Mastery

Wolfgang Fink holds commonalities with the award’s namesakes, who were leaders in establishing the UA as an optics powerhouse.
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UArizona Engineers Lead $1.2M Project to 3D-Print Parts for Hypersonic Vehicles

When engineers 3D-print metal objects, they use metals originally developed for conventional manufacturing processes. It's a bit like trying to use papyrus in a paper printer – it works, but not as well as it could. Two University of Arizona...
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BME Research Expo Showcases Students’ Research Acumen

The competition is the department’s biggest annual event.
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Building Pathways Project Paves the Way for Future Civil Engineers

Funded with $500,000 from the National Science Foundation, the new program is designed to increase enrollment and support underrepresented students.
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Student-built Satellite Uses 'Beach Ball' for an Antenna

CatSat is a small satellite carrying a new communications concept – an inflatable antenna – into space.