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Researchers Develop Long-Lasting Disinfecting Spray for Surfaces
Researchers at the U of A and UAMS have developed a long-lasting spray that disinfects surfaces, making them less likely to transmit infectious diseases.
Device Simulates Filtering and Ion Transport Functions of Human Kidney
Novel technology that simulates kidney function could expand, improve treatment options for patients in the final stage of renal disease.
Chemical Engineering Department Recognized for Lab Safety
The Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering is one of just 16 departments nationally recognized in a recent study of laboratory safety teams by the American Chemical Society.
Engineering Dean's Excellence Awards Honor Faculty for Teaching, Research, Service
The College of Engineering has honored Kevin Hall, Benjamin Runkle, Shannon Servoss, Kelly Sullivan and Yue Zhao for their achievements in teaching, research and service.
Future Mars Astronaut Visits Engineering Class
Alyssa Carson, an 18-year-old from Louisiana, has been actively training to leave Earth since she was 15. She talked with a thermodynamics class about her passion.
Engineering Departments Honor Faculty
College of Engineering faculty and staff members were honored for their achievements in teaching, research and service during the 2019-20 academic year during the college's faculty and staff.
College of Engineering Celebrates Student Award Winners
he College of Engineering is proud to recognize the class of 2020 student award winners, including its outstanding senior, Eleanor Grace Henson.
Webinar to Recruit Peace Corps Volunteers for Multiple U of A Graduate Programs
A Zoom information session scheduled for Friday, May 1, will provide general information about graduate programs in more than 15 academic areas for returning Peace Corps volunteers.
Inventor Spotlight: Lauren Greenlee
Lauren Greenlee is transforming the way water enhances our lives through research that is spurring the university's efforts to commercialize innovations and drive the state's economy.
Women in STEM Week Events Underway
A week of activities focused on the importance of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics has kicked off with workshops, presentations and training opportunities