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Category: Innovating for a Resilient and Sustainable Future

Innovating for a Resilient and Sustainable Future

U of A researchers study ways to make our world both sustainable and resilient, using technology that supports the human and natural worlds and helps us recover from threats and disasters. In many different departments, faculty and students are developing resilient and sustainable food systems, materials and energy infrastructure, and they are finding ways to enhance our communities, supply chains, transportation systems and environments to improve the future for everyone.

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