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'The Martian' Food-Growing System: It's Here A team of UA researchers can already "farm" on the red planet with a fully functional prototype greenhouse that produces sweet potatoes and strawberries.
UA Professor Engages Kids, Encourages Z’s Janet Meiling Roveda's Web-based platform presents sleep data in a fun, interactive format for children in the UA-led "Z-Factor" study, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Students See Aircraft Assembled and Make Connections at Honeywell and Boeing UA Engineering students take a career-oriented field trip to Arizona aerospace companies.
App Has Athletes Seeing Double To Make Them Think Twice About Concussions UA engineering and biomedical researchers are building a virtual reality experience targeting concussion awareness to inspire NCAA football players and other student-athletes to report the real thing.
UA Launches New Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering The College of Engineering’s newest degree program focuses on sustainability and prepares students for jobs of the future.
Device Could Speed Diagnosis of Infections
Second Astronaut Scholarship Awarded to UA Engineering Senior UA Engineering senior Travis Sawyer, who has received several competitive scholarships, is intent on conducting research that improves the quality of life for people.
UA Engineering Faculty Part of New Federal Initiative to Advance Flexible Hybrid Electronics Inventors of total artificial heart, disposable blood-testing kits and wearable health-monitoring tools will advance U.S. manufacturing of bendable and wearable technologies.
Wearable Sensors, Virtual Reality Give Seniors a New Lease on Life Biomedical engineers and clinicians at the University of Arizona are developing devices that reduce risk of falling and increase quality of life for older adults with balance and mobility issues.
Building Curiosity Into Technology UA engineers are working on endowing a robot with the ability to spot the unusual, so that it can explore other planets or environments on its own instead of merely executing preprogrammed commands.
UA Grad to 'Pilot' OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Daniel Wibben, who spent his undergraduate and graduate years on the team planning the OSIRIS-REx asteroid mission, has been hired by an Arizona-based space navigation company to help steer the spacecraft to the asteroid Bennu and back.
UA Engineering Plasma Research Could Make Flight Safer and Reduce Aircraft Emissions With Department of Defense funding and student researchers that include a decorated Army pilot, Jesse Little studies plasma’s potential to transform aerospace testing and technologies.
Printing the Future of Engineering 3-D printing is revolutionizing the ways engineers think about and make highly complicated devices, with applications ranging from wireless communication to air traffic control to earthquake-proof buildings.
EPVSensors Takes a Closer Look at Glaucoma Technology developed at the UA College of Engineering, and licensed via a startup with help from Tech Launch Arizona, may lead to a breakthrough in glaucoma detection and treatment.
Visiting Students from Diverse Backgrounds Research Autonomous Cars at UA Visiting undergraduate students, including some who are the first in their families to attend college, experience hands-on research -- and hands-off driving -- in a National Science Foundation program at the University of Arizona this summer and demonstrate their driverless tech research projects on the UA campus August 11.

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