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UA Engineering-Linked Companies Win Arizona Innovation Challenge Awards Startup Codelucida, cofounded by a UA College of Engineering professor, and young company Hydronalix, founded by a UA Engineering alumnus, have each won $250,000 in Arizona Innovation Challenge grants for spring 2017.
Makerspace Means Sweet Success for Students Engaged in Engineering Design UA biomedical engineering sophomores in new maker class showcase their gadget-design and computer-programming skills in candy-sorting competition.
'Cardi-Hack' -- The Discovery Files The National Science Foundation’s podcast series, The Discovery Files, features the malware-detecting pacemaker designed by UA electrical and computer engineers Roman Lysecky and Jerzy Rozenblit.
2017 Top Embedded Innovator: Bill Mensch, CEO and Founder, Western Design Center UA Engineering alumnus Bill Mensch (BS/EE 1971) hailed as pioneer of embedded microprocessor design.
Study looks at training residents to use AEDs UA biomedical engineer Marv Slepian and Sarver Heart Center co-director Karl Kern team up with Green Valley groups to introduce community defibrillators.
College Announces Spring 2017 Outstanding Seniors and Graduate Teaching Assistants The UA College of Engineering honored outstanding seniors and graduate teaching assistants for the spring 2017 semester at a commencement luncheon May 3.
Top-Ranked Arizona High Schools Offer UA Engineering Introductory Course In U.S. News & World Report's latest rankings of Arizona public high schools, six of the top 20 participate in the UA's Engineering 102 High School program, and three of the six are listed among the top 15 in the nation.
ENGR 102 High School Students Create Sustainable Solutions for Community A modified version of the University of Arizona's introductory engineering course gives high school seniors a chance to do good and a head start on their college education.
LaToya Singletary Joins UA College of Engineering Development Team The College's associate director of development brings eight years of experience in alumni relations and philanthropy at research universities along with professional engineering experience.
Sound Over Silicon: Computing’s Wave of the Future With a combined $1.8 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation and the University of Arizona, materials science and engineering professor Pierre Deymier explores building a quantum computer that uses sound instead of quantum particles to process information.
UA Engineering Design Day 2017: A Date to Remember A drone for pollinating date palm trees takes the top prize at Design Day 2017.
UA College of Engineering Names Janet Roveda 2017 da Vinci Fellow Electrical and computer engineer is honored for multidisciplinary research projects bringing millions in funding dollars to the University of Arizona.
Arizona Governor, Senators and State Legislature Honor UA’s Mary Poulton In a unanimous show of support, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, and the Arizona Legislature expressed appreciation to retiring University of Arizona mining engineering professor and administrator Mary Poulton.
Laundered in Space UA Engineering senior Christina Morrison is seeking solutions to a down-to-earth problem for space travelers: How to keep their clothes clean.
Lunar, Martian Greenhouses Designed to Mimic Those on Earth University of Arizona scientists and engineers in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, part of the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department, are building greenhouses to support a crew of astronauts working on the moon or Mars.

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