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Researchers Find Cost-Effective Method for Hydrogen Fuel Production Process
Nanoparticles composed of nickel and iron increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of water electrolysis in hydrogen fuel production.
Arkansas Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi Receive Three National Awards
The Arkansas Alpha chapter of Tau Beta Pi received the Chapter Excellence Award, the Chapter Project Award, and Honorable Mention for the R.H. Nagel Most Improved Chapter Award.
Engineering Food Drive Collects Nearly 2,000 Food Items for Campus Community
Donors from across the College of Engineering gave nearly 2,000 food items valued at more than $3,100 to benefit the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry on campus.
Cyber-Security Student Team Earns Regional Spot
A U of A student cyber-defense team will return this month to the finals of an eight-school competition to see which university will emerge victorious at the end of a real-world cybersecurity gauntlet.
Arkansas Drone Summit Returns in Fayetteville and Little Rock
Drone experts will present the latest information on how drones can be used by researchers, farmers, law enforcement officials and others.
Hundreds of Engineering Students Choose Majors at Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students took a big step March 1: declaring which field of engineering or computer science they'll pursue in college and beyond.
Pilot Clinical Trials Begin on Technique to Identify Radiation-Resistant Tumors
Noninvasive imaging technique reveals differences between radiation-sensitive and radiation-resistant tumors; pilot clinical trials initiated.
Alumni Startup Chosen for $225,000 NSF Grant
A medical device company started as part of an entrepreneurship class has earned a $225,000 grant to finish development of a device to make minimally-invasive abdominal surgeries safer.
Gentry Students, Teachers Benefit From Drone Partnership
Elementary students and teachers from Gentry Public Schools are getting a fresh look at water quality through a program that provides access to drone training for studying hard-to-reach areas.
Engine Week Kicks off Monday, Feb. 25
The campus community is invited to celebrate Engine Week with the Engineering Student Council with food, games and professional development opportunities.