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May 25, 2023

Matthew Balhoff Named Next Chair of Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering

Matthew T. Balhoff will be the next chair of the Cockrell School of Engineering’s Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (PGE).

Balhoff, an expert in pore-scale modeling, reservoir simulation and microfluidics, is the Bank of America Centennial Professor ... Read the story

May 22, 2023

Eliminating CO2 Emissions from Manufacturing the Goal of Major Research Alliance

An alliance of nine universities, three national labs and 37 companies will tackle one of the biggest hurdles to decarbonizing manufacturing: carbon dioxide emissions from generating process heat.

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin will play a significant ... Read the story

May 15, 2023

Artificial Neurons Mimic Complex Brain Abilities for Next-Generation AI Computing

For decades, scientists have been investigating how to recreate the versatile computational capabilities of biological neurons to develop faster and more energy-efficient machine learning systems. One promising approach involves the use of memristors: electronic components capable of storing a ... Read the story

May 10, 2023

Milk Reaction Inspires New Way to Make Highly Conductive Gel Films

A common chemical reaction that most people have seen first-hand is the inspiration for a new way to make a flexible gel film that could lead to innovations in sensors, batteries, robotics and more.

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May 09, 2023

NASA Astronaut Stephanie Wilson's Skills for Success

When it comes to achieving career goals, Stephanie Wilson is a great example to follow.

She has taken part in three space missions as a NASA astronaut, spending a combined 42 days in space during that time.

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May 05, 2023

It's About Time: 99-year-old Veteran Finally Gets His Commencement Ceremony

Lew Griffith has three degrees, including a master's, but this year, at age 99, he is finally attending his first commencement ceremony.

A nearly 30-year career in the U.S. military as an engineer and pilot that spanned World War II, ... Read the story


September 20, 2022

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