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UA, ADOT to Focus on Women in Transportation Industry

A research collaboration between the University and the Arizona Department of Transportation will address ways to recruit, retain and promote women in the transportation workforce.

UA Ranked in Top 25 for Research Funding

The University ranks No. 21 overall — and first in the state — among public institutions in the National Science Foundation's annual quantification of research activity at colleges and universities throughout the nation.

UA Researchers Go the Distance for Fluid Analysis Via Sweat

At the 2015 El Tour de Tucson endurance cycling event, faculty and students from the UA helped develop a first-of-its-kind wearable sweat sensor. With UANews video.

UA Part of $15M Federal Grant, National Center Designation

UA planners and engineers are part of a multicampus program awarded a five-year U.S. Department of Transportation grant, intended to improve pressing transportation issues.

UA Students Aboard Flying Labs Probe Climate Mysteries

Scientists know that aerosols affect climate, but they don’t know how. A UA chemical engineer is chasing clouds for answers — and giving his students top-flight experience.

The Hidden Inferno Inside Your Laser Pointer

Two UA physicists have discovered that concepts such as "hot" or "cold" apply to any system, even those far from equilibrium. The findings could possibly inform the design of future microelectronic devices.

UA Scientist Named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Nasser Peyghambarian of the College of Optical Sciences has been elected as a 2016 fellow of the Boston-based National Academy of Inventors.

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