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Lidar Mapping Has Also Yielded Other Earth Science Discoveries The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping is best-known for its headline-grabbing work in archeology – the 2016 discovery of previously unknown ruins of a…
Beyond Archaeology: NCALM Pursues New Technology, New Projects
The UH Cullen College of Engineering is kicking off the 2018-2019 academic year by adding seven new faculty members to its teaching and research rosters, including a member of the presigious National Academy of Engineering.…
Renowned Engineering Faculty Join Cullen College
Research Soaring to New Heights on the Tails of NASA Satellites Andrea Albright, a graduate student in the Cullen College of Engineering’s geosensing systems engineering and sciences program, won a 2018 National Defense Science…
UH Student Earns Top National Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship
Debora Rodrigues, an associate professor in civil and environmental engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, recently accepted the invitation to serve as an associate editor of npj Clean Water, a new open access…
UH Engineering Professor Appointed Associate Editor of Clean Water Journal
UH Engineers Focus on Degradable Reconnaissance Vehicles and Evasive Drone Maneuvers Ensuring military forces have up-to-date information about a potentially hostile region offers obvious advantages, but current methods for doing…
Mission: Possible — Mapping Dangerous Terrain
Annual Conference Highlights Regional Readiness for Future Storms Emergency managers, public officials and industry executives will meet at the University of Houston Friday, Aug. 3, to discuss the latest in disaster…
Hurricane Conference Offers Updates on Hurricane Preparation
Inspired by nature, Ph.D. candidate proposes computational framework to solve life problems Real life problems are often complex and hard to resolve. So Mohammad Sarraf Joshaghani, a third year Ph.D. student at the Cullen College…
UH Engineering Student Wins First Place at 2018 EMI Conference
UH Engineers Are Testing a Theory with Livestock Microbiome Antibiotic resistance is one of the world’s most serious threats to public health, forcing the use of medications that are more toxic, more expensive and not always…
Can Nanoparticles Be Used to Lower Antibiotic Resistance?
Jerry Rogers has a lifetime marked by leadership and service Jerry Rogers, who retired as professor emeritus from the UH department of civil and environmental engineering in 2013, recently became the fourth recipient of a Service…
American Academy of Water Resources Engineers Recognizes UH Civil Engineering Retiree
The UH Cullen College of Engineering's biannual Parameters magazine earned the American Marketing Association's (AMA) Crystal Award for best public relations/communications newsletter. Finalists in the category included UH's…
UH Cullen College's 'Parameters' Magazine Wins Crystal Award from American Marketing Association
With the memories of Hurricane Harvey still fresh, researchers and policymakers across the state of Texas are taking a proactive approach in preparing for future storms by looking at the past for lessons and girding up resources…
UH Researcher to Present Hurricane Lessons at 2018 Texas Emergency Management Conference
UH Researchers Receive Grants from the Texas Hazardous Waste Research Center Texas has water issues. Massive flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey nearly drowned Houston and other coastal areas last August. Months later, many…
Solving Texas Water Problems: One Project At A Time
Researchers Use Technology to Revolutionize Archaeology In an article titled “This UH Research Center is Revolutionizing Archaeology,” Houstonia magazine shines the spotlight on University of Houston’s National Center for…
Houstonia Magazine Highlights Unique UH Research Center
Distinguished chemical engineer and BASF executive Heidi Alderman will be the featured speaker at the UH Cullen College of Engineering 2018 commencement on Friday, May 11. Alderman - who currently serves as senior vice president…
BASF Executive Heidi Alderman to be UH Cullen College 2018 Commencement Speaker
The Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston was a happening place this weekend — rockets launched into the sky with great puffs of smoke, robots performed amazing feats, and propeller-powered cars raced down…
UH Engineers, Chevron Introduce Houston-area Girls to STEM Fun
UH researcher receives DOE grant to study fundamental interactions While microorganism like bacteria and fungi have co-existed for eons, there is still much to discover about them, their interactions and the benefits they offer…
Bacteria-fungi interaction may lead to improvements in crop production, sustainable energy
NSF-Funded Project Targets African-American, Latino Boys Both the medium and the message are STEM – encouraging fourth and fifth-grade African-American and Latino boys to embrace the cool factor of science, technology,…
Boys, Fathers and Mentors Work Together for STEM Engagement
The UH Cullen College of Engineering is several steps closer to landing a spot among the Top 50 engineering colleges in America. The 2019 U.S. News and World Report rankings place the Cullen College on the list of the Best…
UH Engineering Rises in U.S. News Rankings
DOE-Funded Work Could Lead to Advances in Bioenergy Researchers traditionally have studied individual microorganisms independently of how those organisms interact with their surroundings. Now an international team of researchers…
Researchers Study Fundamental Interactions in Soil Communities
Klotz views engineering as a 'license to change the world.' Houston civil engineer D. Wayne Klotz (1976 MSCE) has added another feather in his cap. The University of Houston alumnus recently became the fourth recipient of an…
UH Alumnus Wins Prestigious National Engineering Award