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Last year’s $1M Gene Haas grant allowed the MTRC to expand its machinist training and other programs, creating a more capable domestic manufacturing workforce.

Raptor Resins has worked with UT’s Fibers and Composite Manufacturing Facility, Mechanical, Aerospace & Biomedical Engineering (MABE) department to develop a cyanate ester resin that helped the company win a program with the Navy for radome repair. It was all made possible by the RevV voucher program.

Assistant Professor Andrew Dickerson’s fluid dynamics lab explores microplastic movement by studying how tiny water-walking insects are pushed underwater by raindrops.

Professor Suresh Babu and UT alum Kevin Lamb’s discovery of impact-resistant additively manufactured steel has been highlighted by the Royal Aeronautical Society.

Brett Compton’s work on 3D-printed composites was published in two journals, with one being chosen as an “Editor’s Choice” article, adding an extra level of achievement to his research.

MABE Assistant Professor Andrew Dickerson recently completed a project that explored inorganic fouling and why mammal fur seems resistant to getting dirty. The paper from the project was published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.

MABE Assistant Professor Colleen Crouch is one of twelve early career researchers to be named a 2023 Emerging Investigator by the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (JASMS).

Suresh Babu and UT alum Kevin Lamb have discovered that the pores in additively manufactured steel, long considered a nuisance, can actually make components better in some configurations.

Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering professor Tony Schmitz was part of a research team that was honored with an R&D 100 award.

By David Goddard. Photography by Randall Brown. For the more than 2 million people in the US who have suffered […]