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November 21, 2022

New Center at UT Austin Strives for Equity in Engineering

The engineering industry as a whole has struggled for decades with issues of equity and representation. A new center at The University of Texas at Austin is looking to change that at the academic level by recruiting a more ... Read the story

November 18, 2022

Brain-Powered Wheelchair Shows Real-World Promise

In one of the first studies of its kind, several people with motor disabilities were able to operate a wheelchair that translates their thoughts into movement.

The study by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and published today ... Read the story

October 31, 2022

New Nanoscale 3D Printing Technique Could Solve Vexing Bottlenecks in High-Throughput Nanomanufacturing

The University of Texas at Austin has a rich history in 3D printing, inventing one of the first forms of the technology, and now Texas Engineers have received a grant to tackle some of its most glaring problems.

In 3D ... Read the story

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October 17, 2022

Can Robots and Humans Co-exist in Public? UT Campus Study Will Offer Answers

Autonomous robots will soon rove the buildings and streets of The University of Texas at Austin campus. But unlike other commercial delivery services, this fleet of robots will help researchers understand and improve the experience of pedestrians who encounter them.

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October 14, 2022

Texas Biologics to Bolster Research in Therapeutics

Nearly two years after COVID-19 vaccines entered widespread use, featuring technology from researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, the Cockrell School of Engineering and the College of Natural Sciences have launched Texas Biologics, a cross-disciplinary effort made up of world-renowned ... Read the story

October 12, 2022

Space Environmentalist Awarded ‘Genius Grant’ by MacArthur Foundation

Moriba Jah, an astrodynamicist, space environmentalist and aerospace engineer at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, often referred to as the “genius grant.” The award recognizes Jah’s work to track and monitor ... Read the story


September 20, 2022

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