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Researchers Receive DARPA Funding to Improve Chip Security
A U of A researcher has received a $600,000 grant to make digital chips more resilient to security attacks.
Ryan Renfro, Alumnus and Staff Member, Remembered for Kind Heart
Ryan Renfro, the first smiling face that many students and faculty saw each day, was described as kind-hearted and loyal to all.
Resilient Design and Crisis Management Focus of New Course
The Master of Science in Operations Management is offering a new course in Resilient Design and Crisis Management in the second eight weeks of the fall semester.
New Nano Drug Candidate Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells
The discovery will help clinicians target breast cancer cells directly, while avoiding the adverse, toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
Researcher to Study Whether Sewage Can Help Track COVID-19
A U of A civil engineering professor was awarded federal funding to study whether wastewater can help track COVID-19 in communities.
New Course and Collaboration to Focus on Problems Caused by Pandemic
Faculty and students will collaborate with a university in India to develop innovations for medical devices and protective equipment.
Alley Gift Builds New Master of Science in Construction Management Program
A $2 million gift from Sam and Janet Alley of Little Rock will create an interdisciplinary program endowment for construction management.
Researchers Awarded $600,000 to Enhance Safety of Electrical Aircraft
The research team will evaluate high-power motor and drive systems for electrical aircraft.
Graduate Student Competes in National Photography Contest for Scientists
Luis Carlos Pinzon Herrera, a doctoral student of the chemical engineering, recently submitted a photograph of microorganisms for a contest, and now it's becoming very popular. You can vote for his image, too.
Two Industrial Engineering Teams Selected as Semi-Finalists for National Capstone Award
Two teams of industrial engineering students have been chosen as national semi-finalists for their work on senior design projects.