Research on U.S. Nuclear Levels Could Aid in Future Detection

What do increased atmospheric radioactivity concentrations in Washington state tell us about what happened in the Fukushima nuclear disaster? For Steve Biegalski, it's in the numbers.

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Protecting Bridges from Terrorist Attacks

In the 10 years since Sept. 11, engineers like Associate Professor Eric Williamson are designing structures and transportation systems that are more resistant to attacks.

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GRACE Satellite Program Observes Earth in Critical Ways

The GRACE satellite mission, directed by the university's Center for Space Research and Aerospace Engineering Professor Byron Tapley, measures changes in Earth's mean gravity field.

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Student Group Races to New Heights

The Society of Automotive Engineer’s formula racing team, better known as Formula SAE, placed among the top 10 at this year's world championship in California.

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Natural History Museum Features Professor's Haiti Research

Civil Engineering Professor Ellen Rathje helps create the first detailed soil map of Port-au-Prince in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake.

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Engineering Alumni Connect with Longhorn Cyclists

Forty-five Texas 4000 cyclists completed their final stage into Anchorage, Alaska, this past weekend – marking the culmination of the 70-day, 4,500 mile charity bike ride.

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