See the Cockrell School at SXSW Interactive

As hundreds of thousands of festival-goers descended upon Austin this year for the annual South by Southwest festival, the Cockrell School made sure to participate in the excitement.

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Professor Reveals Hidden Sources of Air Pollution in Homes

Professor Richard Corsi.

Professor Richard Corsi

Cockrell School of Engineering Professor Richard Corsi recently discussed the hidden sources of air pollution in homes with The Academic Minute podcast, a daily public radio podcast that provides a daily dose of research from colleges and universities around the world.

Corsi, a professor in the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, researches issues related to indoor air quality, including sources and control of indoor air pollution and human exposure to indoor toxins.

Listen to Corsi's podcast or read his full commentary below.

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The GPS Dot and Its Discontents

Last month, Assistant Professor Todd Humphreys presented at TEDx about how the GPS dot will fundamentally re-order our lives. Read his script, watch a video and discover the dark— and bright side — of GPS dots.

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Manufacturing Flexible Electronics and Photovoltaics

What if computers and solar cells were so flexible and light they could be rolled up to fit in your pocket? Cockrell School researchers are leading nanotechnology research to make this vision a reality.

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Students Bridge Gap Between Engineering and Policy

Members of the Webber Energy Group are bringing their technical expertise into the public policy arena. The goal of the group is to ensure policy is based on good engineering and research.

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Explore UT is Biggest Open House in Texas

Future students, parents, school children and teachers from across the state will experience the Cockrell School first-hand during Saturday's Explore UT.

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