Clean Energy Beers, hosted by UT Austin Engineering Professor Dr. Michael Webber, will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Monday, April 7.
The University of Texas at Austin Tower was lit up in its traditional burnt orange glow March 19 to honor four Cockrell School of Engineering professors who were elected to the prestigious National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Some of the world’s leading experts on decentralized power grids gathered in Austin recently to review new research findings and discuss how emerging technologies may fundamentally alter how power is produced, transmitted and consumed in the future.
DOE competition seeks innovative research publications for nuclear science and engineering, advanced fuels
Energy Institute Deputy Director Michael Webber and UT Austin Chemical Engineering Professor David Allen conducted back-to-back presentations to a packed room of scientists, researchers, journalists and others at the 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting in Chicago on Feb. 14.
- Bipartisan Policy Center issues new report on cybersecurity
- Mechanical Engineering student explores emerging technology for advanced energy storage
- UT professor patents new approach to biofuels production
- New study shows electricity generation from natural gas saves water, reduces drought vulnerability
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