Strengthening metal alloys would provide energy, environment conservation benefit
Kiran Solanki, assistant professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, is working on ways to make more resilient light-weight metal alloys. Such improved materials could help reduce the energy consumption necessary to power motor vehicles.

Breakthroughs may pave way to new generations of tiny electronics (Science magazine)

Demand for electronic devices that are more compact, mobile and powerful has driven breakthroughs in finding ways to make components such as transistors and microchips smaller and smaller. David Ferry, professor of electrical engineering in the School of Electrical, Computing and Energy Engineering, is among scientists and engineers sparking talk about the possibility of producing yet another next-generation of tiny electronic devices.

Turning waste into medical clinics: G3Box (coach radio)
G3Box team members Gabby Palmero, Susanna Young, and Clay Tyler talk about their new business: turning abandoned shipping containers into medical offices.

Executive profile: Sethuraman Panchanathan (Phoenix Business Journal)

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