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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.
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.
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.
UA Researchers Win Four of Five State Bisgrove Scholar Awards Four University scientists have received this year's highly competitive Bisgrove Scholar Awards in support of their excellence in research. Each will receive $200,000 in funding.
UA Engineering Hosts National Contest to Design Software for Autonomous Vehicle Undergraduates invited to write software and compete for chance to test-drive it on the University of Arizona's driverless car.
UA Aerospace Engineers Shine at AIAA SciTech Forum From delivering the prestigious Dryden Lecture to heading panels and winning awards, UA Engineering researchers were flying high at the AIAA’s 2017 annual science and tech conference.
Mexico’s Academy of Engineering Inducts Systems Engineer Ricardo Valerdi A native son becomes a member of Mexico's elite engineering society, with fewer than 1,000 members and only 25 Americans.
UA Wins Grant to Boost Student Exchange in the Americas Graduate students at the University of Arizona and universities in Mexico, Brazil and Chile -- with support from the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund -- collaborate on water sustainability research.
Science Diplomacy and Policy Summit to Focus on Climate Change and Water in the Americas Former U.S. Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Nobel laureate Peter Agre will join other diplomats and scientists at a UA conference on the role of science diplomacy in developing environmental policies in the Americas and beyond.
Agilent and UA Engineering Professor Partner on Water Safety and Sustainability 'Thought Leader' Shane Snyder and corporate funder collaborate to increase public trust in water reuse.
Federal Grant Fast-Tracks UA Connected-Vehicles Research UA Engineering researchers are partnering on a $15 million multi-university project to improve mobility of people and goods.
UA Students Aboard Flying Labs Probe Climate Mysteries Scientists know that aerosols affect climate, but they don't know how. A University of Arizona chemical engineer is chasing clouds for answers and giving his students top-flight experience.
Space, Seen Through a Window Astronaut and UA Engineering alumnus Don Pettit (PhD/ChE 1983) has taken thousands of mesmerizing images during his three missions to the International Space Station, many of which are now published in a new book, Spaceborne.

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