Remembering Electrochemistry Pioneer and Texas Science Legend Allen Bard

The 'Father of Modern Electrochemistry' won the National Medal of Science, King Faisal International Prize, Wolf Prize and the Priestly Medal.

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Hot Summer Air Turns Into Drinking Water With New Gel Device

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have created a hydrogel that can create clean water using just the energy from sunlight.

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Oil-Capturing Technology Offers 10x Improvement Cleaning Up Hazardous Spills

Guihua Yu and other researchers are combating the extreme environmental toll of major oil spills,with a technology that could significantly improve cleanup.

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Five Lessons from UT Austin Science about Planning for Living with Heat

In our endless summer, research on heat impacts offers insights on how best to adapt.

CNS Scientists have been applying their research in ways that will help communities respond to heat.

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Coalition Will Build Energy Innovation Hub in Permian Basin

The National Science Foundation has awarded funding to The University of Texas at Austin to lay the groundwork for a new regional innovation engine in...

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4 Professors Among National Academy of Inventors’ Top Members

The honorees include Delia Milliron and three other faculty members from the Cockrell School of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences.

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Three Faculty Members Awarded Sloan Fellowships

Congratulations to Greg Durrett, Sam Raskin and Hang Ren.

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Energy Titans Collaborate With UT To Solve Most Pressing Global Energy Challenges

This program allows the energy community to engage strategically with UT and help identify and fund critical areas of research interest.

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Magnetic Field Helps Thick Battery Electrodes Tackle Electric Vehicle Challenges

As electric vehicles grow in popularity, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are tackling two of the bigger challenges facing electric vehicles: limited...

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Zak Page Named a 2022 Cottrell Scholar

For Zachariah Page's research in materials chemistry, he has been selected as a 2022 Cottrell Scholar.

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