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Biomedical Engineering Continues to Advance at UT, Nationwide

The BME department graduated its first undergraduate class in 2006, and is already the fourth largest program in the nation. Learn what makes this department succeed.

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Women in Engineering Program Turns 20

Making a difference one woman at a time, the Women in Engineering Program celebrates 20 years. Female alumni and students share how the program has helped shape them.

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Research Warns to Think Twice About Teens Driving Pickups

What does transportation professor Chandra Bhat think is the most dangerous vehicle for a teenager? That answer, and more, make up his latest study.

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New Engineering Facility to Define Future of Learning, Discovery

The Cockrell School's vision for leadership in education, technology innovation and research is exciting, but requires modern facilities for the 21st century.

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Cockrell School Engaged from Concept to Commercialization

UT engineering has a strong culture to take research ideas from the lab to new ventures. To strengthen this culture even more, UT is revamping its commercialization processes.

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