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Small but Mighty: How UArizona Researchers are Harnessing the Power of Algae to Capture Carbon

An astrobiologist, an engineer and an ecologist have teamed up to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.
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Biomimicry Builds on 'Nature's Genius'

The Arizona Republic features three College of Engineering faculty members in an article about biomimicry and biomimetic research.
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Students HAM it up on Roof of Old Engineering

Members of the local university-community amateur radio club install a new antenna on the roof of Old Engineering, greatly expanding the club’s communications capabilities.
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From Connected Cars to Oil Pipelines: Engineering Innovators Aim to Protect 'Internet of Things'

University of Arizona startup BG Networks is using embedded security automation solutions to keep the world safe from cyberattacks.

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