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Arizona students try to solve the world’s toughest problems (Fox News)
Team FlashFood interviewed by Fox News on their project to bring unused food to those who need it, and their participation the Microsoft Imagine Cup.

Keystone pipeline to go under Texas wetlands (Engineering News-Record)
U.S. officials are working to clear environmental and engineering hurdles in planning construction of a major oil pipeline in the Gulf Coast region. A report on the project in Engineering News-Record magazine quotes Samuel Ariaratnam, professor and chair of the construction engineering program in the Del E. Webb School of Construction programs. Ariaratnam’s expertise is in trenchless technology methods, which will be used for much of the pipeline construction project.

Electrical engineering alumnus Brian Crowley appointed to Data I/O Corporation board of directors (MarketWatch)
Brian Crowley, president and CEO of BSquare Corporation, has been appointed to Data I/O’s board of directors. Data I/O is a leading provider of e.MMC, flash and microcontroller device programming and IP management solutions used in wireless, consumer electronics and automotive electronics.

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