John Goodenough was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his pioneering development of the lithium-ion battery, which changed the world forever.
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Two “anti‑establishment” alumni entrepreneurs — Tim Klatt and David Leigh — are reshaping the probiotic beverage market.
Alumnus Gary Thomas has spent the past 40 years assembling one of the largest-known private collections of Ford automobiles.
For first-generation students, the unwritten rules and expectations of higher education can present real challenges.
Students in electrical and computer engineering are learning not just how to build something that works but how to design something that doesn’t yet exist.
Driven by a passion for helping others, Mamadou Balde has developed a motivational speaking project aimed at benefitting our most underrepresented communities.
In a groundbreaking partnership with the U.S. Army Futures Command, UT faculty, students and researchers will contribute futuristic research on robotics, as well as positioning, navigation and timing; network security; and hypersonics.
Alumnus Alan Stern reflects on leading the history-making mission to Pluto and shares insight into the future of commercial space travel.
The extraordinary partnership between the Cockrell School of Engineering and Portugal’s homegrown science and engineering research community is thriving.