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Recent U of A Graduate Earns 2017 AFROTC Cadet Research Award
Jeffrey Overdorf, a class of 2017 cadet and mechanical engineering major, has earned the nationally competitive AFROTC Cadet Research Award.
Learn to Fly Drones and Become an FAA-Licensed UAS Pilot
An interdisciplinary course in Unmanned Aircraft System, or UAS, commonly referred to as drones, will be offered during Spring 8-week-1 from 6-9 p.m. Mondays.
In Memoriam: William T. Springer, Associate Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering
William T. Springer, associate professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, died in Little Rock on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, as a result of cardiac arrest.
Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Seminar on Congressional Funding for Research
Milan Yager, executive director of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, will talk about congressional funding for research at 11:50 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1, in Gearhart Hall 26.
Participants Needed for Design Challenge
Multiple dates and times are available for students to participate in the design challenge to create a solar home. No experience in design is necessary.
Alumnus Zach Simpson Continues Studies of Phosphorus in New Zealand Streams
Zach Simpson, who earned degrees in biological engineering, is now a doctoral student in New Zealand, where he continues research of water quality.
Semiconducting Single Atom Chains: A New Research Frontier
Researchers in the departments of physics and electrical engineering are collaborating in creation of atomically narrow one-dimensional wires, called "single atom dhains."
Scientists Lead New Efforts to Enhance Sustainability of Produce Supply Chains
Marty Matlock will co-lead a strategic dialogue today regarding new efforts to enhance the productivity, resilience and sustainability of domestic fruit and vegetable supply chains.
Nanowired Drugs Could Treat Patients With Parkinson's or Alzheimer's
Asya Ozkizilcik, a U of A doctoral student, used titanate nanowires treated with the drug cerebrolysin to target delivery to the brain and central nervous system.
Malshe Receives Prestigious Research Implementation Award From Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Ajay Malshe, Distinguished Professor of mechanical engineering, was recognized with the prestigious S.M. Wu Research Implementation Award from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.