A&A is solving the challenges of how and where to land on the Moon, Mars and beyond.
UW researchers have discovered a new law of physics that will affect the future of aircraft design.
The renowned NASA program’s relocation to A&A will help strengthen hands-on student learning.
A&A sensing research out of the Nonlinear Dynamics & Control Lab is flying on the 2021 Boeing ecoDemonstrator.
A&A research of the biological sensing mechanisms of the hawkmoth informs the advancement of aerospace systems.
A summer program in oceanography paved the way for Isaiah Cuadras to apply his interest in fluid dynamics to ocean ecosystems.
A&A researchers are borrowing advances from computer gaming, using a GPU to control their prototype fusion reactor.
Gale, inspiring the next generation of space pioneers, is our latest recipient of the department’s highest award.
The Autonomous Flight Systems Lab outfits a drone to monitor snowpack.