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Mayra Martinez is one of two recipients from UH of this year's Andy Ellis Memorial Scholarship Award from the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE). Martinez earns AADE's Andy Ellis Memorial Scholarship Award

When Mayra Martinez was growing up in San Luis Potosi in Mexico, she described it as a very small place with limited opportunities for education. She only attended school until…
Eden Torres, a senior studying Petroleum Engineering at the Cullen College of Engineering, is one of two recipients from the University of Houston of this year’s Andy Ellis Memorial Scholarship Award from the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE). Torres tabbed for AADE’s Andy Ellis Memorial Scholarship Award

Eden Torres, a senior studying Petroleum Engineering at the Cullen College of Engineering, is one of two recipients from the University of Houston of this year’s Andy Ellis…
More than 50 digital media seniors gathered at the University of Houston at Sugar Land earlier this month to participate in DigiFest, a portfolio presentation event held each semester to bring together students, alumni and area industry professionals for networking and employment opportunities. DigiFest students design a future path

More than 50 digital media seniors gathered at the University of Houston at Sugar Land earlier this month to participate in DigiFest, a portfolio presentation event held each…
Vincent Donnelly, Moores Professor in the William A. Brookshire Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is the recipient of the 2024 Will Allis Prize for the Study of Ionized Gases. Donnelly is the 18th person to win the award, and the first from the University of Houston. ChBE's Donnelly earns Will Allis Prize from APS

Recognizing a distinguished career in improving integrated circuits via plasma etching, the American Physical Society (APS) has awarded a Cullen College of Engineering professor…
Associate professor of biotechnology Venkatesh Balan [pictured] and professor of mechanical engineering technology Weihang Zhu were recently awarded $750,000 of a $2 million grant by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to conduct groundbreaking work into the development of a new poultry feed additive made from mushrooms. Technology Division Researchers Developing Healthy Organic Chicken Feed Using Mushroom Stems

Farmyard and backyard chickens the world over have long been the happy recipients of family table scraps as a part of their regular diets, allowing households to not only reduce…
Farshad Safi Samghabadi, a doctoral student at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned second place for his poster presentation at the 2023 Symposium for Frontiers in Soft Matter and Macromolecular Networks. Conrad Group's Safi takes 2nd at Frontiers in Soft Matter symposium

Farshad Safi Samghabadi, a doctoral student at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned second place for his poster presentation at the 2023 Symposium for Frontiers in Soft…
A white paper, "Competitive Pricing of Hydrogen as an Economic Alternative to Gasoline and Diesel for the Houston Transportation Sector," examines the promise for the potential of hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector. More than 230 million metric tons of carbon dioxide gas are released each year by the transportation sector in Texas. UH Researchers Suggest Hydrogen Fuel Can be a Competitive Alternative to Gasoline and Diesel Today

As the world strives to cut greenhouse gas emissions and find sustainable transportation solutions, University of Houston energy researchers suggest that hydrogen fuel can…
Gangbing Song, Moores Professor of Mechanical Engineering, is reporting a new method, using percussion, to detect pipeline elbow erosion. Cullen Researchers Develop New Percussion Method to Detect Pipeline Elbow Erosion

A University of Houston engineering research team is pioneering a new method, based on percussion, to detect pipeline elbow erosion.   It is no small problem.  …
Abdul Latif Khan, an assistant professor in the Cullen College of Engineering's Technology Division's Department of Engineering Technology, has received a research grant from the USDA to purchase instruments that will allow for the real-time monitoring of photosynthesis. Khan using new instruments for real-time photosynthesis monitoring

Abdul Latif Khan, an assistant professor in the Cullen College of Engineering's Technology Division's Department of Engineering Technology, has received a research grant from the…
Clockwise from top left - Jiming Bao, Shuo Chen, Zhu Han and Zhifeng Ren. Repeat! Four University of Houston Researchers Named Most Cited in the World

For the second straight year, the same dynamic quartet of University of Houston scientists has been honored as world-class, highly cited researchers, acknowledging the…