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UT receives grant to study nighttime agitation in people with Alzheimer’s disease
May 4, 2017
Researchers at the UT School of Nursing want to make it easier for people with Alzheimer’s to get a good night’s sleep.
UT grad student awarded 2017 Google Ph.D. Fellowship
May 4, 2017
Yu-Chuan Su, UT computer science graduate student, is being paid by Google to get his Ph.D.
Fat cells play pivotal role in uridine and glucose regulations
April 10, 2017
Fat cells are critical regulators of uridine during fasting and help the body regulate the metabolism glucose production, according to a recent study published in Science by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers.
Grant will allow UT researchers to be left out in the cold
March 26, 2017
A $5.6 million grant will allow researchers to better understand how natural climate cycles influence the Arctic’s coastal ecosystems.
UTD professors teach chemistry through Minecraft
March 9, 2017
UT Dallas professors have developed a Minecraft addition that can teach players college-level chemistry.
SXSW Accelerator Pitch Event to showcase latest technological innovations
March 8, 2017
Fifty interactive technology companies from around the world will present their latest products and advancements to a live audience and a panel of judges.
Computer science department grows Austin economy
February 27, 2017
Bruce Porter recognized as Economic Development Volunteer of the Year.
UT Energy Week holds panel, talks power outages
February 9, 2017
Fourteen years ago, a software bug in the alarm system of a FirstEnergy Corp. control room led to the most widespread power outage in the United States.
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