Random Logic Games, co-founded by UAB alumnus (and former Mr. UAB) Andrew Stone, left, gives talented interns such as Anna Zoladz, center, an in-depth education in the mobile games business.
Supraja "Sippy" Sridhar launched the campus organization Donor to Diner to give students a way to help peers struggling with food insecurity.
With a $2.5-million grant from the Gates Foundation, UAB researchers are developing sensor-based devices that can detect signs of pre-term labor and predict which patients will encounter problems. 
Brian Haynes, a senior majoring in political science and economics, studied the link between Medicaid funding levels and voter turnout in the past three presidential elections.
In the School of Engineering's Controls Lab, doctoral student Ali Darwish is building a new generation of low-cost, self-aware UAVs.
With two Small Business Innovation Research grants from the National Institutes of Health, Endomimetics is investigating new uses for its patented bionanomatrix to treat brain aneurysms and kidney disease.
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