In 2014 the Seton Brain and Spine Recovery Center needed to help physical therapy patients perform exercises correctly. Professor James Sulzer and his team of undergraduates invented a newly patented device already being tested today by Seton Hospitals and UT Athletics.Read more
Natural structures have long inspired human innovations. The bee honeycomb structure, for example, has been applied to products as varied as car bumpers and athletic helmets to absorb impact.
The only drawback to the honeycomb has been its inability to maintain its unique structure after just one hit. The material buckles and doesn't bounce back.Read more
A team of UT students is on track — rain and shine — to finish constructing a solar-powered home for an elite international competition this fall. See how the academically diverse group is pooling talents from across campus to put the finishing touches on the project.Read more
UT students were selected to design a solar-powered home for a U.S. Department of Energy competition. "Nexushaus" will address broad sustainability and affordability issues, and it's only one of the solar projects powered by Longhorns.Read more
The Constitute Project, developed by government professor Zachary Elkins, brings constitutions from all over the world into one handy, online resource.Read more