Jump to navigation
The Gregory H. and Lisa S. Boyce Endowed Department Leadership Chair in Mining and Geological Engineering ensures a strong program for years to come. Due to a dollar-for-dollar match from the Lundin family, it will also benefit the new School of Mining and Mineral Resources.
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.
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.
A concept developed by UArizona aerospace experts and a NASA planetary scientist takes inspiration from albatross flight to learn more about the Red Planet's atmosphere and geology.
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.
Through UArizona startup BG Networks, engineering researchers are working to make cybersecurity for the "Internet of Things" more accessible for companies and organizations.
The Department of State's Diplomacy Lab gives college students the opportunity to present their recommendations on various topics. Two UArizona classes teamed up in the fall to participate in the program for the first time.
Biomedical engineering and optical sciences professor Dongkyun "DK" Kang is developing a way to diagnose and treat corneal ulcers that's eight times cheaper and 20 times faster than today's gold standard.
With $7.5 million from the Air Force Research Laboratory, UArizona researchers are developing ways to detect, characterize and track objects in cislunar space, or the space between Earth and the moon.