Bob Metcalfe Engages Students in Unique "Enernet" Talk

Inventor of Ethernet and Professor of Innovation Bob Metcalfe spoke to a packed auditorium about how the Internet's history can be used to help understand and solve the energy crisis.

2010: Moments that Shaped the Cockrell School

This special video feature is dedicated to capturing the moments that defined education, engineering and innovation at the Cockrell School in 2010.

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Engineering Professor Awarded $1 Million for Research Enabling Scale-Up of Promising Graphene

Mechanical engineering Professor Rodney Ruoff will lead research on graphene, an atom-thick layer of carbon that could change how electronics, cars, airplanes and even buildings are produced.

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Civil Engineering Academy Inducts New Members

Seven years ago the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering became the first Cockrell School of Engineering department to create an academy to honor its alumni.

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From Classroom to Space: Engineering Students Launch Hand-Built Satellites

Not only does what starts here change the world, for the past month it has been orbiting the world in the first Cockrell School student-developed space mission.

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Philanthropy Profiles: Grad Uses Would-be Rent Money to Fund Scholarship in Parents' Name

A call to action from Ernie Cockrell helped inspire Paolo Puccini's creative gift to his parents. With ExxonMobil's matching program, the gift was made possible.

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