World Space Week is the largest public space event on Earth since its declaration by the United Nations 18 years ago. This year in honor of World Space Week, we highlight some space research accomplishments by our students, faculty and alumni.

Dr. Luis Sentis and his students are bringing science fiction to life by creating humanoid robots that can lend a hand on space missions and give the human body a bionic boost.

Members of the Texas Spacecraft Laboratory are getting a taste of what working as an engineer will be like after graduation.

Professor Stelios Kyriakides and Assistant Professor Fabrizio Bisetti were selected to receive ICES’ 2017 W. A. "Tex" Moncrief Grand Challenge Awards.

The highly anticipated, 430,000-square-foot Engineering Education and Research Center has officially opened.