Biomedical Professor Creates Device that Replaces Biopsies

A new tool from UT biomedical engineers makes it easy and painless to detect skin cancer, which as the most common form of cancer afflicts 69,000 people in the U.S. annually.

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UT Professor Covers February Earthquake

Electrical Engineering Professor Alexis Kwasinski traveled to Chile following the February earthquake to inventory damage and share ideas on how to better prevent future power failures.

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Bay Area Alumni Hold Engineering Close to Heart

Northern California is home to the largest concentration of Cockrell School graduates outside of Texas. Meet four California alumni in high tech, venture capital, public service and winemaking.

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Hands-on Learning Critical to Education

In June, a group of engineering undergraduate students will drive from Tulsa to Chicago in a vehicle they designed, constructed, and tested.  Running out of gas is one thing they won’t worry about.

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Learning Never Stops for Professional Engineers

For engineers, learning doesn’t end when they receive a diploma. Requirements for continuing education, emerging technologies, and career advancement all call for further action. The Cockrell School Center for Lifelong Engineering Education (CLEE) answers that call.

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Mechanical Engineering Succeeds with Women Recruits

Engineers design better products when they understand the market using their designs, so the Mechanical Engineering Department is intensely recruiting both halves of the market.

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