Aerospace Undergraduates Think Human Mission to Mars Possible

A student spotlight to celebrate World Space Week, Oct. 4-10: Where does a mission to Mars begin? In this case, with a curious student at in professor Hans Mark’s “History of Spaceflight” class.

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Highest Female Enrollment Numbers Ever

This fall, the Cockrell School has set records with the highest percentage of female freshmen and the largest number of female undergraduates enrolled.

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Unprecedented Measurements Provide Better Understanding of Methane Emissions During Natural Gas Production

Professor David Allen publishes significant findings in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Double Vision

This month, Alcalde featured twin chemical engineering Ph.D. students who are working at UT Austin's cutting-edge nanomanufacturing center and thinking big — while thinking really, really small.

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NASCENT'S First Year, At a Glance

Last September, the National Science Foundation selected The University of Texas at Austin to establish and lead — with the University of New Mexico and the University of California, Berkeley, as partners — an $18.5 million center called the Nanomanufacturing Systems for Mobile Computing and Mobile Energy Technologies (NASCENT).

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Engineering Education and Research Center Moves Closer to Reality

UT Austin cleared a major hurdle in its effort to build the new EERC, as the UT System Board of Regents approved a $310 million funding plan for the building.

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