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Getting Ahead of the Storm

Storm surge models by Cockrell School faculty are helping the state better plan for and react to hurricanes. More importantly, they are increasing the safety of thousands of residents along the Texas coast.

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Improving Surgical Outcomes for Children, Cancer Patients

Using novel 3D surface imaging technology and complex algorithms, faculty and students are addressing one of the most difficult questions for patients: Which procedure is right for me?

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DTEACh Program Expands Reach

More than 50 Central Texas students participated in a summer camp organized by DTEACh. Watch a video of how students had fun while learning about the grand challenges facing engineering.

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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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