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Emily Aguilar was already working on a certificate in aircraft mechanics when her high school counselor showed her some aerospace engineering videos that helped her choose an academic direction.
The University of Arizona has enrolled its largest, most diverse and most academically prepared incoming class in history, with approximately 8,900 first-year students starting classes this fall.
Researchers are developing specialized, reusable sponges to remove harmful chemicals known as PFAS from water. PFAS have been used for decades in products such as makeup, nonstick pans and firefighting foam.
The Arizona Area Health Education Center Program is partnering with the Arizona Advisory Council on Indian Health Care to develop the new center.
The UArizona Cancer Center is one of 53 Comprehensive Cancer Centers and the only one in Arizona. The designation is the highest awarded by the National Cancer Institute.
The partnership, which also includes researchers in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, will focus on developing technology that will provide connectivity between quantum computers over short and long distances.
Tech Launch Arizona, the university's commercialization arm, recorded 303 novel inventions between July 1, 2021, and June 30 – the most invention disclosures registered for a single year in UArizona history.
A longtime partnership between the Tucson Fire Department and researchers at the University of Arizona Health Sciences provided evidence that occupational exposure as a firefighter causes cancer.
Researchers have developed a new class of drugs that is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. The technology has been licensed to the startup Teleport Pharmaceuticals.
With a startup called CarbeniumTec, researchers in the College of Science and the College of Medicine – Tucson aim to bring to market new technology that reimagines how electricity is stored.