Increasing Power's Reliability During Natural Disasters

Research by ECE Assistant Professor Alexis Kwasinski could ensure more reliable power and communications systems during hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters.

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Research Opens Minds, Doors for Graduates

The Class of 2011 includes students who've led innovative and impactful research, volunteered in developing countries, become leaders in campus life and overcome challenges.

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The Power Couple of the Future: Water and Energy

Faculty and students are leading comprehensive and interdisciplinary research on the world's two most crucial and strained natural resources: water and energy.

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Researchers and Students Develop Unmanned, Autonomous Aircraft

Through a collaborative research project, Cockrell School faculty and students hope to broaden the civil uses of  unpiloted, self-governing planes.

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One Researcher is Beating Breast Cancer's Odds

Breast cancer affects nearly one out of eight American women. Of those women, around 40 percent undergo more than one surgery. Dr. John Zhang is working to change those odds.

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A Professor's Journey Transcending the Sciences

When Hans Mark was an undergraduate, he was interested in physics, engineering and the Navy, in that order. But by age 34, Mark had discovered philosophy and the humanities.

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