August 11, 2017
by Guest Post
UA College of Engineering senior Christina Morrison is seeking answers to a down-to-earth problem for space travelers: how to keep their clothes clean.
June 17, 2011
by Guest Post
The outbreak of a new foodborne bacterial strain wreaking havoc in Germany is a reminder of the fast-changing nature of microbes and the dangers they pose to society. UA researchers are developing innovative strategies to fight emerging germs threatening the …
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