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KU Aerospace Engineering Launches First CubeSat Into Orbit

A team of KU engineering students successfully launched a small satellite, called a CubeSat, aboard a NASA-sponsored Firefly Aerospace rocket. The university’s first satellite, known as “KUbeSat-1” reached orbit late in the evening July 3 when it was launched through NASA’s ELaNa 43 mission.

I2S Scientist Receives NSF Award for Research Focused on Cardiac Tissue Ablations

A computational scientist with the University of Kansas School of Engineering and Institute for Information Sciences (I2S), is part of a team of researchers that received $283,686 from the National Science Foundation to develop a scientific computing platform for characterization and monitoring o

Jayhawk Astronaut Connects With KU Students From Space

Loral O’Hara was more than happy to welcome dozens of Jayhawks into the 13,696-square-feet complex where she l

KU Engineering to honor 2 alumni with Distinguished Engineering Service Award

University of Kansas School of Engineering alumni Zack Holland and Brian McClendon will receive the school’s highest award in a ceremony set for 6 p.m. May 2.

Subramaniam One of Three KU Professors Named AAAS Fellows

Three University of Kansas professors have been elected as 2023 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows, a distinct honor within the scientific community. This year’s fellows:

Icorium Engineering Company Earns Top-5 finish at 2024 Rice Business Plan Competition

Icorium Engineering Company, a sustainable engineering startup and spin-out company from the University of Kansas, recently placed fifth overall and won more than $180,000 in investments and nondilutive cash and in-kind prizes at the prestigious Rice

Alumni Profile - Kevin Cunningham

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Two KU Engineering Professors Recognized for Early Career Research Success

Two assistant professors from the University of Kansas School of Engineering have received prestigious nationa

KU Engineering Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award for Water Resources Research

Research conducted by an assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering at the Univ

KU Engineering Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award for Research Into Wetlands’ Water-Quality Benefits

An assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering at the University of Kansas who i

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