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Links 1 through 10 of 1101 Cockrell School of Engineering The University of Texas at Austin's Bookmarks

Houston Chronicle talks to flooding experts after Houston flood. David Maidment, a University of Texas civil engineering professor, is involved in a new $35 million flood forecasting project based in Maryland. Forecasters will be able to say where flooding will happen before the rain begins to fall, Maidment said.

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Professor Aaron Baker and his team invented an injectable regenerative gel that causes new vessels to grow and restore blood flow in the limbs of diabetic mice with severe vascular disease. They say it could be ready for clinical testing in just a few years.

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The Austin vote on Uber, Lyft will be closely watched across the USA, as a host of other cities, from Miami to Seattle to Los Angeles, grapple with how best to regulate the technology-driven companies. Center for Transportation Researcher Jen Duthie discusses the vote.

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Professor Michael Webber opines about how the shale revolution could be a turn-around model for fixing drug problems.

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Author Greg Milner features the work of Todd Humphreys in a future-looking piece on G.P.S.

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The Cockrell School of Engineering is partnering with the Austin Fire Department on drone research to test the feasibility of using the technology for search and rescue missions.

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David Maidment has helped develop the National Flood Interoperability Experiment. It will go into operation this June at the National Weather Service. It’ll predict the flow at 2.7 million spots on those waterways nationwide. In Texas alone, at over 100,000 spots.

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Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin successfully culminated years of work when a drug they engineered for the treatment and prevention of inhalational anthrax — the anthrax antitoxin obiltoxaximab — received approval March 21 from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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A profile of innovator Deji Akinwande after receiving the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

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Jon Olson, head of the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at the University of Texas-Austin, told Reuters he thinks this slowdown will actually be a plus for technology research and development.

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