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UT researchers weigh in on vote to redefine the kilogram
December 5, 2018
Mass is modernizing. A recent vote in France is changing the way we define the kilogram.
Podcast ‘STEM Fatale’ showcases STEMtastic women in history
November 28, 2018
You’ve heard of Albert Einstein. You’ve heard of Stephen Hawking. But have you heard of Eugenie Clark or Sally Ride? Podcast “STEM Fatale” aims to teach more people about historical women in STEM.
Taste of Science: Spilling tea on the tea versus coffee debate
November 14, 2018
Tea bags or coffee beans, what’s the real tea? They may be more similar than we think.
Everyone knows Jackson Reyna is an avid scientist. But for 20 years, no one knew he was transgender
November 11, 2018
Everyone knows senior chemistry Jackson Reyna is an avid scientist — it’s an inherent part of who he is. But for 20 years, no one knew an equally important part of Reyna: he is transgender.
Psychology course requirement raises student concerns, ethical debate
November 8, 2018
Write a paper, or participate in research. In PSY 301, this choice is mandatory.
Researchers tackle spider phobia with virtual reality
October 23, 2018
In a recent study, UT psychology researchers teamed up with the UT3D program to develop an immersive, 3D video exposure-based therapy for arachnophobia, or the fear of spiders. Then, they recruited people to undergo the study and face their fear.
Bacterial discovery could lead to a vaccine for traveler’s diarrhea
October 10, 2018
A new bacterial discovery by UT researchers could help you spend more of your vacations hitting the beach instead of the toilet.
Taste of Science: Cracking down on the keto diet
October 3, 2018
The war between carbs and bread is dead. Despite recent hype in popular media, UT experts crack down on the keto diet and say that a high-fat, low-carb diet may not be as effective as people think.
Gut-on-a-chip could transform intestinal disease modeling
September 19, 2018
A new innovation developed by UT researchers involving guts on a microchip may end the era of lab rats and petri dishes in the study of human disease.