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Startup Awarded $1 Million Grant for Water Cleaning Technology
U of A startup CatalyzeH22O was awarded more than $1 million by the Department of Defense to develop technology to remove explosives from water.
U of A Cohort Named For Spring 2021 Science Venture Studio
The Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation has selected three students — Astha Malhotra, Jean Morales and Toma Tomonari — as fellows for the spring 2021 cohort of the Science Venture Studio.
Short Takes Video, Spraying Power, Highlights Disinfectant Discovery
Long-term disinfectant spray developed by U of A chemical engineers and UAMS researchers protects hard surfaces from bacteria and viruses for up to 50 touches.
College of Engineering Mourns Passing of Kevin Brown
The College of Engineering is saddened to announce the passing of Kevin Brown, a distinguished alumnus and member of the Engineering Hall of Fame.
Seven Faculty Members Honored With Outstanding Distinctions in 2020
Geoffrey Brock, Kristofor Brye, Michael Daugherty, Jennifer Greenhill, Kevin Hall, Manuel D. Rossetti and Ranil Wickramasinghe are being honored as outstanding faculty.
Outstanding Faculty Honored by Arkansas Alumni Association
The Arkansas Alumni Association has announced the 2020 Distinguished Faculty Achievement and Baum Award recipients: Ro Di Brezzo, Greg Thoma, Benjamin Runkle and Jeannie Whayne.
Engineering Researcher Receives EPSCoR Grant for Electrocatalysis Work
Research will provide a scientific basis for improving battery materials and electrocatalysts for polymer recycling and water treatment.
Gift to Honor Turpin's Impact in Chemical Engineering
Four family members who all hold degrees in chemical engineering have come together to honor the life of beloved professor and mentor Jim Turpin.
Journal Article Outlines 'Ten Rules for Women Principal Investigators During a Pandemic'
The article, developed by associate professor Shannon Servoss and colleagues across the country, describes how to navigate some of the challenges that come with doing research during a pandemic.
Engineering Cooperative Education Course Registration Opens Today
The course is a great opportunity for engineering, computer science and data science students planning to participate in a full-time or part-time internship next semester.