Building Organs

Eighteen people die each day while on the U.S. national waiting list for organ transplants. Visiting scholar Ali Khademhosseini aims to change that by solving one of the greatest engineering challenges: to build an entire functioning organ.

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Prosthetic Devices Give Injured Troops a Second Chance

ME Professor Rick Neptune is building devices that improve functional mobility, increase comfort, are customized to each patient and could reduce costs.

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Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering honors six Distinguished Alumni

Six petroleum engineering alumni were honored at the second annual Distinguished Alumni reception and dinner Nov. 4.

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Satellites Aid First Responders in Labor Day Fires

The images by a Cockrell School researcher are helping emergency responders monitor disasters in real-time, and they're shedding potentially life-saving insight on the path and intensity of wildfires.

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CAEE Inducts Nine Distinguished Alumni into Academy

Nine civil, architectural and environmental engineering alumni will be honored Nov. 11 at the department's Alumni Banquet and Academy of Distinguished Alumni Induction Ceremony.

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TVL Program Empowers Students to be Entrepreneurs

Texas Venture Labs, an initiative that connects local startups with graduate and Ph.D. students from engineering, business, law and natural sciences, celebrated its second Venture Expo.

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