Moriba Jah weighs in on NASA's DART Mission that slammed a spacecraft into an asteroid in its first-ever planetary defense test.

Alumnus Arthur Erickson, CEO and co-founder of the Texas drone company Hylio, was interviewed by KXAN where he discussed using drones for agricultural purposes.

Moriba Jah is featured on CNN's Tech for Good series where he discusses the growing issue of orbital space debris and the development of his space traffic management program, Astriagraph.

Aerospace engineering senior Katie Mulry discusses her experience with hands-on engineering projects and her internship at Blue Origin in this Good Day Austin interview with Dean Bonnecaze.

Nanshu Lu says we can learn a lot from a crab in this Daily Texan piece that provides an overview of research that aims to recreate a fiddler crab's amphibious vision system.

ASE alumna Jessica Vos, crew systems engineer for NASA's Orion program under the Artemis campaign, talks about getting humans back to the Moon - and eventually - to Mars in this KTOO piece.

Moriba Jah discusses the ever-growing issue of orbital space debris on CHED Mid-Morning Podcast with Shaye Ganam.

Clint Dawson’s storm surge code is being used in a new Texas flood simulation system that could save lives when natural disasters strike. A specialized table-mounted sandbox was used to demonstrate what happens during a disaster at the Texas Emergency Management Conference held in San Antonio on June 1.

In this episode of Sustainability in the Air podcast, faculty member John-Paul Clarke speaks with SimpliFlying CEO, Shashank Nigam, and explains how Hydrogen can help airlines reach their net-zero goals. 

Distinguished alumnus Michael Suffredini, President & CEO of Axiom Space, leads the first private astronaut team to the International Space Station. 

In this episode of the “Nano Matters” podcast, Nanshu Lu, Associate Professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Texas at Austin, discusses her work using nanotechnology to design wear-and-forgettable biosensors that can monitor a person’s health.

Space might be the final frontier, but some of its exploration is starting right here in Central Texas. Read the full story in the Austin American Statesman about the burgeoning of the aerospace industry in Austin and the surrounding area.

Clint Dawson is featured in this piece on his collaborative research project funded by the Department of Energy to better predict coastal flooding using AI and machine learning.

Moriba Jah's AstriaGraph, which tracks orbital debris, is featured in this Computer Weekly piece.

The United States Space Force signed a memorandum of understanding with UT Austin to help secure America’s future in space through cutting edge research and training of the next generation of Space Force recruits, known as Guardians.