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CAT Vehicle Students Paving the Way for Self-Driving Cars

Prestigious summer program prepares students for graduate school and to enter an industry projected to generate $300B.
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Ink Dries on Printable Electronics DOE Award for UA Professor

Printable electronics could enable technologies like highly efficient thin-film solar power and rollable LED screens, but determining how to print these films at manufacturing scale is still a work in progress. A chemical engineering professor is setting out to overcome challenges in scalable printing with a prestigious $875,000 award from the...
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Training Expands UA’s Cybersecurity Expertise to Minority-Serving Schools Across Nation

The hands-on PACT program provides research and leadership opportunities for undergrads and graduate students.
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UArizona and Partners Form Consortium to Address Southwest Water Concerns

As traditional sources of water run low, concern around Arizona's water supply is growing. A team of researchers is working to address the problem by advancing water reuse techniques.