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RT @nanshulu: Thanks @CockrellSchool for reporting our work. Here’s an SI video demonstrating wireless EDA sensing using our 300-nm-thin gr…


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Palm E-tattoo Can Tell When You’re Stressed Out

Our palms tell us a lot about our emotional state, tending to get wet when people are excited or nervous. This reaction is used to measure emotional stress and help people with mental health issues, but the devices to do it now are bulky, unreliable and can perpetuate social stigma by sticking very visible sensors on prominent parts of the body.

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New Center at UT Austin Strives for Equity in Engineering

The engineering industry as a whole has struggled for decades with issues of equity and representation. A new center at The University of Texas at Austin is looking to change that at the academic level by recruiting a more diverse group of students and working closely with universities that serve primarily Hispanic and Black students.

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Prepare for impact: Aerospace engineering student Catherine Dominic is on course to be a change-maker.

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Jin Yang Receives Haythornthwaite Initiation Grant

Jin Yang is one of five recipients of the 2022 Haythornthwaite Initiation Grant from the Applied Mechanics Division (AMD) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

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Space Tech Entrepreneurship

Introducing the new Space Tech Graduate Specialization for M.S. and Ph.D. students, which is open to all technical areas and comprised of topics in aerospace tech, with a solid foundation in business and entrepreneurship.

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