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Black holes trap everything, UT astronomers find
August 6, 2017
UT scientists have shown that black holes are really black — everything goes in and nothing comes out.
UT researchers grow knowledge about landscaping in fall exhibit
August 6, 2017
In collaboration between the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and UT scientists, an ongoing exhibition explores different plant propagation, or growing, techniques in landscape construction.
All-carbon transistors boost computing power
July 21, 2017
Computers may soon be a thousand times faster than they are now using carbon transistors built by UT Dallas researchers.
Organ transport could get chillier with new UT research
July 13, 2017
By studying the interactions of a useful but toxic molecule with applications in freezing transplant organs, a team of UT researchers is laying the foundation for safer organ storage and transport.
UT researchers find mass matters when it comes to star brightness
June 30, 2017
Thought Jupiter was big? Turns out, stars have to weigh at least 70 Jupiters to shine at all.
UT researchers create nanoparticles to separate oil from water
June 22, 2017
Magnetic nanoparticles can separate oil and water in seconds, according to new research from the UT Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering department.
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