Film Festival Showcases Student Videos on Nuclear Engineering

Since 2009, students in Dr. Steven Biegalski's class have not only been learning the intricacies of nuclear engineering, but have also been exploring the ins and outs of filmmaking.

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Predicting and Mitigating Terrorism, Flu Pandemics and Climate Change

Faculty and students at the Cockrell School of Engineering are using an emerging research field to make our world safer and smarter.

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Solar Energy Gaining Ground on Fossil Fuels

What if we could convert sunlight into electric power for a price that's competitive with fossil fuels? Researchers at the Cockrell School are creating technology to enable large-scale solar production.

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WIALD Reaches Edge of Space

A group of female aerospace engineering students built and launched three IMUs into space. The IMUs were designed to measure and report a spacecraft's velocity, orientation and gravitational forces.

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Cockrell School Celebrates Spring 2012 Commencement

More than 1,100 Longhorn engineers celebrated commencement Friday, May 18, at the Frank Erwin Center. View photos of our graduates.

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Spring Commencement May 18 Marks Exciting Transition

Graduation marks one of the most important rites of passage and this Friday (May 18), more than 1,160 engineering graduates will collect their diplomas. Watch a video of upcoming graduates.

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