UT Leads Algae Research Through Commercialization, Collaboration

There are few places in the world more equipped at harnessing the potential of algae than The University of Texas at Austin.

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Demo Day Showcases Student Startups, NI CEO Dr. Truchard

Students, mentors and members of the Austin entrepreneurial community converged for 1SS's "Demo Day" featuring President and CEO of National Instruments Dr. James Truchard.

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Online Water Data System Details World’s Water Resources

People from around the world can upload information about everything from lake levels to rainfall on a new water data collection site developed by a professor in the Cockrell School.

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Engineers Accept Obligation at Ring Ceremony

Every year, the Cockrell School hosts the Order of the Engineer Ring Ceremony, where engineers publicly accept the "Obligation of an Engineer" and receive a stainless steel ring.

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Protecting Communities From Rising Glacier Lake Levels

Nepal's Imja Lake is the fastest-growing glacial lake in the Himalayas, and if unchecked, it threatens to flood communities 5,000 feet below it. Researchers are working on solutions.

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Pecan Street Inc. and New $1.5 Million Lab Give Students Hands-on Research Experience

The power grid of the future is being developed on a 700-acre plot in east Austin, and faculty and students from the Cockrell School are at the heart of the collaboration.

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