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New Launch Texas Program Unveiled at Go For Launch Event
On Nov. 4, the Cockrell School of Engineering, the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics and the Texas Innovation Center gathered together for the Go For Launch event to kick off our new space tech entrepreneurial program, Launch Texas. The event featured alumnus and CEO of Blue Origin Bob Smith, a panel of experts on the future of the space economy and presentations by student founders of space tech startups.
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