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UA Engineering Students Turn Up the Heat

A record-breaking April 1 temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit was not the only source of sizzle on the UA campus that day.
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Let There Be Flight

Two sheets of paper, a few strips of sticky tape and two paper clips – that's all UA engineering students had to build a high-soaring paper airplane. The Flight Design Challenge was part of this year's Engineering Week.
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EPA Science Advisor on Sustainability: Civilization is on a Tragic Trajectory

"Father of green chemistry" warns international conference about unsustainable methods and potential for ecological collapse.
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ICOSSE-11 Report: Roundabouts Save Lives and the Environment

Roundabouts reduce accidents, injuries and traffic flow, thus reducing delays, fuel consumption and air pollution. They are also more visually pleasing than arrays of lights and signs, which tend to distract drivers.