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German delegation visits UAH with hope of expanding collaborative opportunities

Last week, a delegation of seven representatives from Hochschule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences (HSB) spent two days with faculty, researchers, and staff from UAH and other city stakeholders in an effort to strengthen the …


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25 years of achievement for Propulsion Research Center

UAH's Propulsion Research Center (PRC) is commemorating 25 years of achievement in propulsion research and student education with a symposium and celebration Oct …


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Honors student’s cubesat software earns him first place at Utah conference

Open-source software for simultaneous satellite orbital and attitude propagation developed by University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) student Kareem Omar has won him $10,000 and first place in a student paper …


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UAH student’s multipurpose tool 3-D printed on International Space Station

At first glance, the web ad that popped up on Robert Hillan's browser looked like a scam. "It said something like, 'Get your design in space!', which made me think it was fraudulent," says the sophomore aerospace engineering major at UAH. "But I …


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New UAH wind tunnel ready for action

A new $2 million wind tunnel system at UAH is ready to undertake supersonic flow research with Mach numbers up to …


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Better long-range sensors a goal of fundamental optics experiments

A pair of University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) researchers aim to explore fundamental properties of infrasonic optical sensors that could make them more sensitive and accurate over long …


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Space Hardware Club developing shield for NASA’s balloon X-ray telescopes

Protecting NASA’s balloon-born X-ray telescopes from stray X-rays that can spoil their view is the focus of a new project by the Space Hardware Club (SHC) at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) that’s being fully funded by $50,000 …


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UAH engineering students take first place in aluminum extrusion design competition

A team of students from UAH won first place in the 2016 Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition - Student Class for their Design Certification Review project entitled "Dynamic Arm Support Apparatus (DASA)." Team members Aubree DeLozier …


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UAH–NASA collaboration reveals modest houseplant’s superpower

The golden pothos is not a showy plant. It's neither beautiful nor fragrant. Yet this fast-growing vine with its smooth heart-shaped leaves is actually a dark horse when it comes to filtering pollutants out of indoor air. At least that was the …


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UAH surfs the swell of a powerful additive manufacturing wave

The many advantages of additive manufacturing, including cost control and precision, are pushing the adoption of the technique in plastics and metals in the automotive and manufacturing industry, as well as at NASA and in the U.S …


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