A team of researchers in the Tickle College of Engineering are aiding current and future nuclear plants.
The UT Research Foundation is funding projects from Tickle College of Engineering faculty Floyd Ostrowski, Fan Zhang, Caleb Rucker, and Ryan Ginder.
Peter Tsai, long-time former faculty member in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, is the man behind the N95 mask.
Research from MSE Assistant Professor Eric Lass recently earned a trio of recognitions from work he performed while he was at NIST.
Several members of the Tickle College of Engineering have been selected for honors from the UT Research Foundation.
Key Points Optics help drive scientific exploration, from nanoscopic levels to telescopes A UT-led team has made a breakthrough allowing for unprecedented resolution The team has received a US patent for the work Microscopes help us examine, understand, and improve materials, medicines, and organisms at some of the smallest levels imaginable. Telescopes help us look […]
Matthew Mench, department head for mechanical, aerospace, and biomedical engineering, worked with hospitals on TEL BOXX to help with the opioid epidemic.
Zhili Zhang, professor in mechanical, aerospace, and biomedical engineering, is currently work with UTRF to patent new optical imaging technology.
The current market for “lightweighting” materials already exceeds $150 billion, with a particular need—and thus, a growing market—within aerospace and automotive industries.