Student-Led E-Week Celebrates Engineers

With friendly competition between engineering student organizations, the Cockrell School’s annual E-Week built student camaraderie Feb. 15-24.

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Student Satellite Builders Are Making History

Extracurricular activities are an important part of college life, but students in the Satellite Design Lab are taking them to an extraterrestrial level.

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Unraveling the Cancer Cell

Biomedical engineering professor Laura Suggs and her students believe the key to understanding the progression of breast cancer might lie in the tiny area just outside of a cancer cell.

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Longhorns Hooked on Space

Since the dawn of the space race, aerospace engineers at the Cockrell School of Engineering have been at the forefront of space research. In its latest issue, Alcalde pays tribute to the contributions UT Austin has made to the field.

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T-Rex Takes on Shaky Christchurch

Civil engineering assistant professor Brady Cox and his team will use the T-Rex shaker truck to gather seismic data in earthquake hot spot Christchurch, New Zealand.

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John Goodenough Awarded 2011 National Medal of Science

Professor John Goodenough is one of 12 eminent researchers to receive the highest honor bestowed by the United States government upon scientists, engineers and inventors.

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