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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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Gov. Ducey Says Investment in Hypersonic Flight is Ticket to the Future

The governor joined Raytheon Missiles & Defense president, university leadership, and representatives from the education sector to tour UArizona wind tunnels and discuss the state's STEM workforce.
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Teaching Engineering By Touch

Professor and alum team up on tools to teach visually impaired students about engineering concepts.
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UArizona Student’s Flying Robots Startup Takes Off

Graduate student's research led to an invention that’s now become the foundational technology for Revolute Robotics.

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