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The project, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Bridgestone, focuses on growing and processing guayule (pronounced why-OO-lee), a hardy, perennial shrub that could be an alternative source of natural rubber.
U.S. News & World Report once again ranked the University of Arizona's management information systems program No. 1 among public universities in its 2023 Best Graduate Schools list.
When engineers 3D-print metal objects, they use metals originally developed for conventional manufacturing. It works, but not as well as it could. Two UArizona experts are using a new suite of equipment to develop alloys optimized for both 3D printing and hypersonic flight.
CatSat is a small satellite carrying a new communications concept – an inflatable antenna – into space. Led by UArizona students and supported by engineers from local aerospace companies, the project offers students a rare chance to get hands-on experience with spaceflight technology.
Future space missions likely will send robots to scout out underground habitats for astronauts. UArizona engineers have developed a system that would allow autonomous vehicles to explore caves, lava tubes and even oceans on other worlds.
Arizona Online earned its third consecutive top-10 finish among the best online bachelor's degree programs in the 2023 Best Online Bachelor's Programs rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
With funding from the state's New Economy Initiative, researchers are working to develop precision cancer treatments using 3D-printed environments that mimic human tissue.
As countries around the world work to advance weapons traveling at hypersonic speed, a UArizona-led team is building a "brain" for high-speed vehicles and interceptors.