The University of Arizona

UA Engineering Alumnus Picked for AZ Leadership Academy

UANews | March 9, 2011
Neuroscience and entrepreneurship skills developed at the UA helped fortify Patrick Marcus's business acumen. The leadership program is sponsored by the Flinn Foundation and the Thomas R. Brown Foundations.

Targeting Diabetes: New Agents Track Onset of Disease

UANews | March 4, 2011
UA researchers have received a prestigious grant to develop indicator molecules to track the onset of diabetes in patients before the disease develops – potentially paving the way to developing treatments.

Student Group Raising Thousands for Brain Tumor Research

UANews | March 1, 2011
With more than $24,000 already raised, members of Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research are co-hosting a March 5 fashion show to raise even more.

Probing Atomic Chicken Wire

UANews | February 28, 2011
Graphene, the material that makes up pencil "lead," could someday make electronic devices smaller, faster and more energy-efficient. Providing the first detailed analysis of graphene on boron nitride, a UA-led team of physicists has made promising discoveries.

UA Systems Engineering Pioneer Dies at 84

UANews | February 25, 2011
Professor emeritus Wayne Wymore, who in 1960 founded the world's first academic department of systems engineering at the University of Arizona, died Feb. 24 at age 84. His wake will take place Sunday, Feb. 27, in Tucson.

UA Archaeologists Help Excavate Ancient Site in Alaska

UANews | February 24, 2011
UA anthropology professor Vance Holliday and doctoral student Joshua Reuther were part of a University of Alaska team that uncovered a structure dating back more than 11,000 years. Their story appears in the current issue of the journal Science.

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