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Engineering Alum at the Helm of New Tech Startup

Mechanical engineering alum Roslyn Norman is the engineering manager at Paramium Technologies, which just received a $256,000 National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research grant.
Jocelyne Rivera

Hispanic Engineering Senior a First in NIH Oxford Scholars Program

First-generation transfer student heading to prestigious doctoral program aims to inspire other women in STEM.
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Investigating Boundary Layers in Hypersonic Flight

The UArizona Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering received more than $3 million in funding in support of their hypersonics research on objects that move faster than the speed of sound.
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Engineers Use Confetti-Sized Device to Change Songbird Pitch, Improve Understanding of Human Speech

University of Arizona engineers have created a tiny, wireless device to rapidly change the pitch of adult songbirds' songs, with the goal of better understanding communication and speech in the human brain.

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