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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.
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For Student Success, Science of Sport Hits a Home Run

The program has benefited nearly 500,000 elementary and middle school youth since 2012.
artist's impression of the breadcrumb scenario, autonomous rovers can be seen exploring a lava tube after being deployed by a mother rover that remains at the entrance to maintain contact with an orbiter or a blimp

Hansel and Gretel's Breadcrumb Trick Inspires Robotic Exploration of Caves on Mars and Beyond

University of Arizona engineers have developed a system that allows autonomous vehicles to scout out underground habitats for astronauts.
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First Collegewide Makerspace Opens

The Engineering Design Center is a precursor to the building that will serve as the college’s public face of engineering education.
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Mining Professor Elected to the National Academy of Inventors

Moe Momayez strives to continually improve the world through sustainability.
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Arizona Online Ranked in Top 10 by US News & World Report

Engineering excels in collaborative tech programs and those that serve veterans.