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NASA Selects Airborne Observatory for Funding NASA is funding the $40 Million UA-led GUSTO mission, which will send a balloon-borne telescope to near space to study the gas and dust between the stars, from which all stars and planets originate.
Remembering Raclare Cordis Kanal, UA’s First Female Tau Beta Pi For Women's History Month, the UA College of Engineering profiles one of its earliest female graduates, Raclare Cordis Kanal, BS/ME 1954.
A Different Kind of March Madness: ‘The Lumberjack Games of Mining’ Mining engineering students from UA and around the world demonstrate old-school mining skills at the 39th International Intercollegiate Mining Competition in Georgetown, Kentucky.
Engineering Faculty Recognized for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Mentoring The UA College of Engineering's Kasi Kiehlbaugh and Edward Kerschen were among only seven faculty members universitywide who were awarded for their distinguished contributions.
NSF Career Award Recipient Improving Electronics at Atomic Level University of Arizona College of Engineering researcher Qing Hao studies heat transfer in nanomaterials for products ranging from semiconductors in computers to heat shields on rockets.
UA Researcher Wins NSF Career Award to Improve Big Data Management University of Arizona electrical and computer engineer Ravi Tandon develops code and algorithms for storing, managing and analyzing massive amounts of data.
UA Establishes Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Engineering The College of Engineering's newest degree program integrates engineering fundamentals with architectural perspectives and is expected to boost the number of architectural engineers in Arizona and other Western states.
Staying a Heartbeat Ahead of Hackers UA electrical and computer engineer Roman Lysecky is developing technologies to better detect malware in pacemakers and other life-critical devices.
Science Builds Bridges, Not Walls, Diplomacy Experts Tell UA Audience Speakers at a recent University of Arizona conference -- including a Nobel laureate, ambassadors and advisers to secretaries of state -- know firsthand how science can build trust where politics cannot.
Concrete Substitute, a UA Startup, Brings Advantages Lighter, stronger and less expensive than concrete, Acrete uses three times as much waste and converts it into useful building material.
UA Engineering’s Student-Run Career Fair Showcases Full Spectrum of Employers, Jobs Multinational giants, local firms and the military promote jobs from working on the world's biggest laser to designing sutures for the tiniest blood vessels.
University of Arizona grad grows 10 million heads of lettuce without soil UA biosystems engineers will be among the next generation of farmers leading an urban agriculture revolution.
U.S. Policies Trouble Scientists Bound for Global Summit at the UA Researchers and diplomats from around the world converging on the University of Arizona for a conference on science diplomacy and policy share concerns about the new administration.
UA Startup Codelucida Secures $700K in Angel Funding Company launched by UA College of Engineering faculty is commercializing its error-correction technology for data storage and communications.
UA Licenses Tunable Laser Technology to Startup A new laser invented by UA optical engineers, that emits spectrally tunable light from ultraviolet to far infrared, is being commercialized.

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