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Engineering students competed for more than $46,000 in prizes at the first in-person Engineering Design Day since 2019, with projects ranging from a battery-powered flashbang alternative to mealworm protein bars.
Tree-ring, ice core and volcano experts teamed up to identify one of the most climatically impactful volcanic eruptions in 4,000 years – Aniakchak II. In the process, they narrowed down potential dates for the infamous Thera eruption.
Through UArizona startup BG Networks, engineering researchers are working to make cybersecurity for the "Internet of Things" more accessible for companies and organizations.
The extended UArizona-led mission, dubbed OSIRIS-APEX, will study the near-Earth asteroid Apophis, which is expected to have a close encounter with Earth in 2029.
A UArizona doctoral student has developed a new way to precisely measure radio antennas used in astronomy and satellite communications. The technology has been licensed to startup Fringe Metrology.
A team of University of Arizona researchers is working to scale up production of carbon-absorbing marine algae in an effort to curb the worst impacts of climate change.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in STEM disciplines.
Future University of Arizona Health Sciences students will have new health care career opportunities thanks to the Arizona Board of Regents' approval of three new degree programs.
The Arizona Board of Regents earmarked $3.1 million from the state's Technology and Research Initiative Fund to support new research into Valley fever detection technology, genomics and seasonal outbreak patterns.
Coffee is the world's most traded product, and it is highly vulnerable to climate change. Researchers at Biosphere 2 are studying coffee plant sensitivity and how growing and bean processing conditions affect flavor.