January 28, 2020

Protein Pores Packed in Polymers Make Super-Efficient Filtration Membranes

A multidisciplinary team of engineers and scientists has developed a new class of filtration membranes for a variety of applications, from water purification to small-molecule separations to contaminant-removal processes, that are faster to produce and higher performing than current ... Read the story

January 16, 2020

Alumnus and Founder of uShip Takes Next Business Venture to the Skies

Sixteen years after founding uShip and turning it into a successful online platform for shipping large items anywhere in the world, UT alumnus Matt Chasen (B.S. ME 1998, MBA 2004) has shifted his gaze from the roads to the ... Read the story

January 14, 2020

Oil and Gas Boom, Industrial Growth Could Mean Significant New Climate Emissions, Study Finds

New research from The University of Texas at Austin finds industrial buildout in oil, gas and petrochemical sectors in the U.S. Gulf Coast and Southwest regions could generate more than half a billion tons of additional greenhouse gas emissions ... Read the story

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March 29, 2019

Kasey Faust
Assistant Professor
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

cover of Texas Engineering magazine with 3d printer illustration
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