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Fiscal Year Closes With Continued Momentum for Tech Launch Arizona

TLA is becoming a national model, thanks to the engagement of inventors, experts, advisers and supporters from across the UA and the entire innovation ecosystem.

KEYS Program Pairs Young Scientists With UA Research Mentors

Nothing compares to the hands-on lab experience, say the high school students in the seven-week summer program, a premier pathway for developing STEM skills.

Asteroid Flyby to Help NASA Observation

For the first time, an actual (but harmless) space rock will be used for a campaign to test NASA's network of observatories and scientists who work with planetary defense. The idea for the exercise came from Vishnu Reddy of the UA's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.

Haury Program Announces Fellowships and Seed Grants

Projects involving Tucson Village Farm, South Tucson and the Texas border city of San Elizario have been selected for grants that apply UA expertise to challenges in the community.

UA Engineers Tackle Hypersonic Flight

It's a new era of discovery for the College of Engineering, which is building two additional wind tunnels to explore instability and materials failure in vehicles traveling at extremely high speeds. Faculty members Alex Craig, Hermann Fasel and Anatoli Tumin are leading the effort.

Arizona Teachers Dive In and Learn More About STEM

In a UA Cooperative Extension outreach program, K-12 teachers acquire hands-on knowledge of how underwater technology is used in the Central Arizona Project canal.

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