The University of Texas at Austin honored two researchers whose collaboration led to a company that aims to change how electronics are made. Professors C. Grant Willson and S.V. Sreenivasan received the Inventor of the Year award Thursday for developing a nanolithography process used for manufacturing computer chips, hard drives and other electronic components.
Three Innovators Receive O’Donnell Awards from Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas
Three University of Texas at Austin faculty received 2010 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Awards from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) at their annual conference on Jan. 7.
The University of Texas at Austin Licenses Method that Speeds Electronics Manufacturing to Versatilis
The University of Texas at Austin has licensed a time-saving technology for electronics manufacturing to Versatilis LLC of Shelburne, Vt.
IBM Corp. recently announced it had developed a novel membrane technology that filters out salts as well as potentially harmful toxins such as arsenic from water while using less energy than other forms of water purification.
Two chemical engineering professors from The University of Texas at Austin have been recognized by President George W. Bush as 2007 National Medal of Technology and Innovation laureates, the nation's highest honor for technological achievement.