MS&E Faculty John Goodenough Wins Copley Medal

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TMI Faculty are Highly Cited Researchers in 2018

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UT MS&E Ranked as Top Graduate Program Globally

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Texas Engineers Develop New Material for Better Lithium-Ion Batteries

UT researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering have developed a new tin-aluminum anode (material on right), dubbed the Interdigitated Eutectic Alloy (IdEA) anode. The material shows twice the charge storage capacity of the typical copper-graphite anode (material on left).

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NIH Awards $2.3 Million to TMI Professor Fighting Diseases Through Innovative Cell Research

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Texas Engineers and Scientists to Launch $15.6 Million Center for Materials Research

Pictured: TMI faculty member and new Center for Dynamics and Control of Materials director Edward Yu

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Professor Guihua Yu Receives Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award

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Professor John Goodenough Wins Copley Medal

John Goodenough, Texas Materials Institute and Materials Science and Enineering program faculty , has won the U.K. Royal Society’s Copley Medal, thought to be the world’s oldest scientific prize. Already a fellow of the Royal Society, Goodenough has been honored for his exceptional contributions to materials science, including his discoveries that led to the invention of the rechargeable lithium battery used in devices such as…