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UA Students Confirm Errant Rocket's Chinese Origin, Track Lunar Collision Course

Students studying the object's composition confirmed that it is most likely a Chinese booster and not a SpaceX booster, as previously reported.
Nisha Rajakrishna and Collin Preszler in the background. Collin is holding up a black prosthetic arm in the foreground.

Biomedical Engineering Students Build Neuroprosthetic Arm

With funding from the W.A. Franke Honors College, the two developed a concept and built a prototype.
simple graphic of a belt with a sensor and control board attached and labeled. On the right, a simple drawing of a person wearing two belts, which are radiating out signals, represented as red and blue lines.

Navigation by Vibration, Rather Than Sight

Two professors—one of them blind—work with a group of neuroscience and engineering students on a device to help visually impaired people move through the world more safely and efficiently.

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