The University of Arizona

Terraced Craters: Windows Into Mars' Icy Past

UANews | August 26, 2015
Researchers combined data from two powerful instruments aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to explain why a crater on Mars' face is terraced and not bowl shaped, like most craters its size.

UA to Partner With Uber on Research

UANews | August 25, 2015
Collaboration with the transportation company on mapping test vehicles "will have great benefit for this state," UA President Ann Weaver Hart says, citing the impressive track record of the College of Optical Sciences.

Plasma Research Could Make Flight Safer

UANews | August 21, 2015
Plasma has generated excitement among researchers for its effects on air flow and its potential for building more efficient flying machines, and now the UA's Jesse Little is putting it to the test.

UA iSchool Project to Test Artificial Intelligence

UANews | August 19, 2015
The MUSICA project will explore whether information systems, such as computers, are capable of collaboration with humans — and jazz music will be the vehicle for testing.

Printing the Future of Engineering

UANews | August 14, 2015
Thanks to 3-D printing, there's a revolution in the ways that engineers think about and make highly complicated devices, with applications ranging from wireless communication to air traffic control to earthquake-proof buildings.

EPVSensors Takes a Closer Look at Glaucoma

UANews | August 14, 2015
Glaucoma is the world's leading cause of blindness, and EPVSensors is looking to use technology developed at the UA to generate better detection and treatment methods.

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