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As soon as the global pandemic hit, Texas Engineers rolled up their sleeves and got to work — pivoting their research endeavors, developing products for frontline workers and much more.


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Antibody Test Developed for COVID-19 That is Sensitive, Specific and Scalable

An antibody test for the virus that causes COVID-19, developed by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with Houston Methodist and other institutions, is more accurate and can...Keep Reading

Buildings as Living Things: 6 Questions with Fernanda Leite

Buildings represent the backbone of the world’s cities, often standing for decades, and sometimes even centuries. However, they are far from static, changing and evolving over time the same way... Keep Reading

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Texas Engineering's Newest Faculty Members, 2020-21

Our newest Cockrell School of Engineering faculty members span a wide range of engineering expertise — from machine learning to health robotics to infrastructure and agricultural systems. Learn more about their research areas: Matthew Bartos Assistant Professor, Civil, Architectural and... Keep Reading

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