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UT professors awarded $4.6 million by National Institutes of Health
October 20, 2017
The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, awarded two UT professors with the NIH Director’s New Innovator Awards, which include a research grant of $2.3 million each.
Google’s new downtown office embraces diversity, weirdness of Austin
October 13, 2017
The green architecture and modern workplace environment of Google’s newly redesigned office has been praised by UT students and professors.
Apple and ACC launch new app development program
September 25, 2017
Austin Community College has partnered with Apple to teach programming to novice and expert students alike.
Could Austin be home to Amazon’s next headquarters?
September 25, 2017
Austin is among the many cities that have been predicted by experts to potentially be the home of HQ2, Amazon’s proposed second headquarters.
New startup app UNIBEES offers food deals, student connection center
September 7, 2017
A new application makes connecting with their college community much easier.
Demo Day showcases undergraduate startups
May 2, 2017
Undergraduate Longhorn Startup Lab students will pitch their startup ideas to entrepreneurs and investors at Demo Day this Thursday.
Austin high schooler seeks to get more women involved in STEM
April 23, 2017
High schooler Akshara Anand starts “STEMInnovation” club at local middle school.
UT professor, co-inventor of lithium-ion battery develops groundbreaking technology
March 24, 2017
UT professor revolutionizes battery yet again.
Microsoft mobile app allows people with ALS to speak
March 9, 2017
A new application called GazeSpeak will allow people to “speak” with their eyes.
Chariot offers new mobility options for Austinites
March 3, 2017
Your chariot awaits: new mobility service uses 14-seat vans to make getting around Austin easier.
Texas Board of Education votes on evolution curriculum
February 17, 2017
Last Friday, the board voted to approve changes to the evolutionary curriculum taught in classrooms across Texas.
“STEM the Divide” looks to get scientists elected
January 27, 2017
As science issues come to the forefront of American politics, one interest group plans to support STEM professionals running for office.
Spitshine Poetry hosts poetry open mic night for students
January 26, 2017
Spitshine Poetry, the only poetry club on campus, hosted an open mic night Wednesday where students were free to come and share their own work to an audience of students and other poets.
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