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Take Your Mark

We sat down with John Shebat, a mechanical engineering junior, backstroker on the Texas Men's Swimming and Diving team and 2020 Olympic Games contender.

Balloons drop at the EERC grand opening event

A Unifying Force

From the moment you walk into the atrium of the 430,000-square-foot EERC, you can tell we have entered into a new era at Texas Engineering.

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How Do Great Companies Sustain Success?

Eric Roe sees the answer as a three-legged approach, where success depends on all three supports.

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Spiraling Upward

Inside the bright, bustling atrium of the EERC, there is one feature that stands out from the rest.

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New View

A new, advanced, light-based microscope invented at UT Austin offers a glimpse deep inside living cells.

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Doing a World of Good

Reece Stevens was determined to build a new patient monitor that could be manufactured less expensively and in higher quantities.

Tom Truskett with two researchers

Accelerating Discovery

Tom Truskett and his team believe there is a better way to bring products to market sooner, and it starts with machine learning.

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Delivering a Better Life

Driven by both personal and professional motivation, Texas Engineers are advancing drug delivery.