Lydia Contreras discusses how her work on cellular engineering could affect human health.
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The smart cities movement has gained momentum, pushed forward by political leaders, scientists, engineers and residents of cities themselves. But what exactly is a smart city?
Janet Lowe, alumna and engineer-turned-entrepreneur, gives insight into the realities of entrepreneurship and the keys to her success.
The Cockrell School is creating an educational culture centered on student projects and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Texas’ robust natural resources have undeniably helped launch UT Austin as one of the nation’s premier institutions in energy education, research and innovation.
Bob Metcalfe is aiming to create a university focused on identifying research and ideas that can be commercialized.
Dr. Clay Johnston, dean of the Dell Medical School, gives his perspective on the major health challenges facing society and the role engineers play in improving health care.
The USS Gerald R. Ford is the most technologically advanced carrier ever built. One of the most important mechanisms on board was developed by engineers at UT Austin — the aircraft launch generator.
John Ekerdt, Associate Dean for Research, explains why communication is so critical to engineers and offers tips to craft an elevator pitch.