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March 21, 2023

The Achilles Heel That Could Lead to Universal Coronavirus Treatments

Researchers behind discoveries that led to vaccines for the virus that causes COVID-19 have identified a potential Achilles heel that exists in all coronaviruses. These findings, led by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, could aid the ... Read the story

March 21, 2023

Jah Receives Rare Election to Royal Society of Edinburgh

Space debris expert and Texas Engineer Moriba Jah has earned the rare honor of being elected to the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s National Academy. RSE elected 91 total fellows for 2023, but only six from outside the ... Read the story

March 20, 2023

Biomanufacturing Blasts Off to Support Space Missions and, Potentially, Life on Other Planets

As the world's attention has turned back to space travel in recent years, logistics questions about how to pull off long missions, and maybe even someday life on other planets, have popped up. And researchers around the world are ... Read the story

March 16, 2023

Quantum Sensing in Outer Space: New NASA-funded Research Will Build Next-Gen Tech to Better Measure Climate

Texas Engineers are leading a multi-university research team that will build technology and tools to improve measurement of important climate factors by observing atoms in outer space. 

They will focus on the concept of quantum sensing, which use quantum physics principles to potentially collect ... Read the story

March 15, 2023

Dynamic Events in Thick Tissue are Nearly Impossible to Image; Texas Engineers Aim to Change That

Today's state-of-the-art optical imaging technologies can help us see biological dynamics occurring at subcellular resolutions. However, this capability is primarily limited to thin biological samples, such as individual cells or thin tissue-sections and falls apart when it comes to ... Read the story

March 10, 2023

Scientists Call for Global Push to Eliminate Space Debris

Scientists have called for a legally-binding treaty to ensure Earth’s orbit isn’t irreparably harmed by the future expansion of the global space industry.

In the week that nearly 200 countries agreed to a treaty to protect the High Seas after ... Read the story


September 20, 2022

Arvind Ravikumar
Research Associate Professor, Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering