Professor's Blood Flow Model Offers Life-Saving Solutions

For one professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, spending time crunching numbers is leading to technologies that could save lives.

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Grad Student's Research Helps Fight Against Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer in the U.S., and according to the Center for Disease Control, it was estimated to cost more than $503 billion in 2010.

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Release of Health Data Propels Cockrell Faculty

For decades, the pace of innovation in health IT has been slow. But thanks to a new data initiative from U.S. Health & Human Services, health IT solutions can be developed more quickly.

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Conference Brings Indoor Air Quality Experts to Austin

Indoor air experts presented research on how a contaminant found in dust can affect an unborn child in the womb and the proximity of a person's car to his or her home can increase cancer risks.

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Increasing Power's Reliability During Natural Disasters

Research by ECE Assistant Professor Alexis Kwasinski could ensure more reliable power and communications systems during hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters.

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Research Opens Minds, Doors for Graduates

The Class of 2011 includes students who've led innovative and impactful research, volunteered in developing countries, become leaders in campus life and overcome challenges.

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