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Todd Humphreys is one of five faculty members at The University of Texas at Austin selected to receive the prestigious Presidential Early Career award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) for 2019.

In this forward-thinking talk, Moriba Jah describes the space highways orbiting earth and how they're mostly populated by space junk. Learn more about his quest to develop and scale the world's first crowdsourced space traffic monitoring system and how it could help solve the debris problem in near-earth space.

After a much-anticipated wait and over five years of dedicated work, ASE/EM students, faculty and alumni were finally able to celebrate the day that their award-winning small satellite—ARMADILLO—was launched and deployed into space.

Nanshu Lu and her research team have developed a new wearable technology made from stretchy, lightweight material that could make heart health monitoring easier and more accurate than existing electrocardiograph machines.

For the past year, students on the Texas Engineering Unmanned Aerial Vehicles team — UAV Austin — have been designing, manufacturing, and testing the organization's newest unmanned aerial vehicle in preparation for the annual AUVSI Student Unmanned Aerial Systems competition.