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UT biomedical engineer establishes computational oncology center
April 23, 2017
Meteorologists use computers to predict the weather; computation oncology, a new approach to cancer research, uses similar methods to predict how someone’s cancer may grow.
UT Southwestern finds marker of depression in blood
April 14, 2017
The key to more effectively prescribing antidepressants may be in your blood.
Students douse river in green
April 6, 2017
This year even the Nueces River celebrated St Patrick’s Day.
Music teachers’ eyes provide insight into expertise
April 2, 2017
Staring contest on three: UT graduate student has the difference between novice and expert teachers is all in the eyes
Curiosity Rover captures footage of dust devils on Mars
March 26, 2017
UT researchers discuss importance of studying wind on Mars.
UT science professor stands up for women in STEM
March 9, 2017
According to molecular biosciences professor Shelley Payne, when we limit who enters STEM, we are a limiting the talent pool.
Tuition Green Fee helps fund sustainability projects on campus
February 27, 2017
Five extra dollars from each student’s tuition bill helps fund projects to make the UT campus more environmentally friendly.
Autonomous cars to hit Texas roads
February 16, 2017
Department of Transportation green-lights the testing of autonomous vehicles in Texas
UT professors work with artists to create interactive art exhibit
February 3, 2017
Science and art collided during the opening night of the Omnibus Filing exhibit, located at the Visual Arts Center.
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