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UAH Industrial and System Engineering students build successful business model for local medical practice

A group of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Engineering Management students at UAH recently used simulation software to successfully improve a local medical …


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Blue Angels add memorable serendipity to UAH couple’s wedding photos

Two UAH alumni wound up with a picture-perfect wedding and a bit of national attention on May 14 when by serendipity the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flew by them twice as they had photos made after their …


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Celebration of life set for Dr. S.T. Wu

Dr. S. T. Wu, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research, passed away on Sunday, May 21 …


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Personal mobility phone app suite can help inform physician diagnoses

A new suite of phone apps developed at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) uses Android smart phones to monitor the physical mobility and stability of older …


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UAH students learn the big impact that lending a little help can make

Just over a year after moving onto the campus of UAH in 2013, the RISE School became an official service and outreach unit of the UAH’s College of Education. Now, however, those professional ties have become more personal, thanks to a team of …


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UA Scholars Institute 2017

Written by Joyce Anderson-Maples

The University of Alabama (UA) System Scholars Institute will be held May 15-16, in the UA Bryant Conference Center in …


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UAH senior Henderson selected for NIST paid summer internship

Written by James Steele

Dave Cook was listening when Dr. Willie May, then-acting director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), gave a December public talk after delivering the commencement address at The University of Alabama in Huntsville …


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UAH students will be keeping their eyes on the skies – and the prize – at upcoming NASA Student Launch competition

Fans of the HBO show "Game of Thrones" will know Viserion as Daenerys’ fearsome white and gold dragon. But a different Viserion will be taking to the skies at the 2017 NASA Student Launch competition on April 9 at Bragg Farms in Toney, Ala. …


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Seven UAH students in Space Hardware Club place at AIAA regional

Research presentations involving seven students at UAH placed at the recent AIAA Region II Student Conference in Starkville, Miss., and all UAH students who placed are members of the Space Hardware …


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UAH student's experience as “Marsnaut” further fuels interest in fusion propulsion research

Saroj Kumar spends a lot of time thinking about Mars. As a master’s candidate in aerospace engineering at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), his research centers on the use of nuclear fusion propulsion to send rockets – and …


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