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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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UAH in partnership to develop Army Reserve cyber warriors

UAH has partnered with seven other universities and 20 defense contractors nationally to work with the federal government and the U.S. Army Reserve to develop America's future cyber …


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Northrop Grumman, UAH strengthen partnership to bolster area workforce

Northrop Grumman Corp. and UAH today announced a formal expansion of their existing relationship to foster education, research and recruitment with a key goal to bolster the Huntsville area …


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Improved Carbon Charger has team looking for strong rover event finish

Building on last year's hard-earned experience, The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Rover Team has refined Carbon Charger, their carbon fiber tricycle vehicle, for the 2015 NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge on Friday, April 17, and …


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Three commercially viable proposals win CIF awards at UAH

Three commercially viable proposals that resulted from research at UAH have been awarded over $43,000 from the Charger Innovation Fund …


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UAH a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

UAH has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research (CAE - R) through academic year …


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