Advances in digital manufacturing have drastically changed how some of the products we use every day are developed – that includes energy.
Drones, robots and automation are creating new opportunities in...
In 2017, the world used 562 quadrillion BTUs of energy in the form of oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear and renewables. But most of us don’t understand how this statistic is reflected in what we do each day.
These are some of the projects taking shape in the labs of the University of Texas at Austin, where a select group of students is working on potential energy solutions of tomorrow. The students, more formally known...
Fans rarely see the fluids inside a race car, but they are the hidden workhorses for race day success.
Same for the engineers developing those fluids and lubes. And, activating the dynamic science behind race...
It’s a key part of everyday life and provides a window into Earth’s history.
Think back to some of the world’s wonders. The Egyptian pyramids, Stonehenge, the Grand Canyon, Mount Everest...
Drivers don’t often think of the science behind getting more mileage out of their fuel tanks.
So they might not know that engine lubricants play an important role in helping cars run longer with less fuel.
For most college students it’s easy to measure success – it’s a high GPA, a great score on a midterm or securing a job after graduation.
But at the University of Texas, a select group of graduate students,...
When it comes to carbon capture and storage (CCS) research, scientists focus on a key word: efficiency.
That’s because, while CCS is an essential technology that can help the world reach the Paris goals,...
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