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UT professor studies rise and fall of cities
April 24, 2017
When civil engineering professor Kasey Faust’s high school physics teacher told her she was going to be an engineer, she laughed.
UT Innovation Center gives grants for commercializing research
April 18, 2017
UT’s Innovation Center helps professors bring their research out of the lab and into the hands of consumers.
UT physicists are helping create a new type of microscope
April 6, 2017
The atom microscope will help fill in the gaps left by the optical and electron varieties.
Cancer is not a roll of the dice
March 28, 2017
Your eating and lifestyle habits could help — or hinder — your chances of getting cancer, according to a talk by Harvard nutrition expert Dr. Edward Giovannucci.
ATX Hack the Traffic event hopes to fix Austin’s traffic problems
March 3, 2017
On Saturday, Austinites will be given the green light to design solutions to the city’s traffic problems.
Researchers find antibodies that could help develop a vaccine for HIV
February 20, 2017
Researchers have discovered a group of antibodies that puts them on track towards developing a vaccine for HIV.
UT researchers make cars talk to each other
January 29, 2017
UT researchers are developing technology that will allow cars to see a complete picture of everything surrounding them.
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