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Unlocking innovation with Blackmon’s Rules

Leroy Jethro Gibbs would be proud. Ask around among mechanical and aerospace engineering students on the campus of UAH and you'll find plenty who can quote from at least part of something known as Blackmon's …


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10 UAH students get NSF cybersecurity scholarships in second year of program

Ten students at UAH are getting full cybersecurity scholarships from a five-year, $4.2 million National Science Foundation (NSF) funded scholarship program that's in its second year at the …


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Nine faculty receive $365,324 in UAH internal research funds

Research by nine faculty members at UAH has been awarded a total of $365,324 in UAH Individual Investigator Distinguished Research (IIDR) program funds by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic …


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UAH is key player in FAA Center of Excellence for Unmanned Systems

UAH is part of a team selected to conduct research as part of the new FAA Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Center of …


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Posters on the Hill picks UAH Honors student’s work

For the second year in a row, a student at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) was chosen for the highly selective national Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Posters on the Hill …


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Research on fusion engine that could be a Mars hot rod is AIAA Best Paper

You could call a fusion engine a space travel hot rod. A 2014 paper that reports on developments in pulsed fusion propulsion that could rapidly propel U.S. manned flights to Mars has been named by the American Institute of Astronautics and …


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Students produce arm support to help cerebral palsy patients

An arm support designed and produced by a six-member UAH senior Capstone Design team gives cerebral palsy patients better hand and lower arm control to write, feed themselves, hold objects or perform other daily …


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UAH PhD student uses CAD images for early detection of breast cancer

To Huda Al-Ghaib ('11MS, EE, '15 Ph.D., ECE) the often-fatal disease, cancer, is the only true "enemy of the world." For nearly three years Al-Ghaib, a doctoral student at UAH, has been conducting research in the area of pattern recognition with …


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UAH engineering graduate Stephanie Shelton lands prestigious job at JSC in Houston

Stephanie Shelton's love affair with all things engineering began as a young girl when her grandfather showed her how to use simple tools to build random projects. When she was 12 years old, Stephanie's keen interest in how things work and the …


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Computer cooling system could save U.S. $6.3 billion in electricity a year

A patented passive cooling system for computer processors that's undergoing optimization at UAH could save U.S. consumers more than $6.3 billion per year in energy costs associated with running their computer cooling …


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