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Former Department of Defense official talks about business practices at the Pentagon
October 22, 2019
A former defense department officer outlined the complications with implementing efficient business strategies at the Pentagon and the importance of communicating with Congress at a talk Monday.
Biomedical engineering professor wins trailblazer award for stem cell research
October 16, 2019
The National Institutes of Health granted biomedical engineering assistant professor Janet Zoldan $627,000 to fund her stem cell research for three years.
‘Asylum’: A safe space for emotional healing
October 13, 2019
It’s easy to fall in love with a band that is so good at writing songs about heartbreak. A R I Z O N A’s sophomore electro pop album, Asylum, does exactly that.
Goodenough to win: UT professor awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry
October 9, 2019
On Oct. 9, the UT engineering professor, along with Stanley Whittingham of Binghamton University, State University of New York, and Akira Yoshino of Meijo University, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on the development of lithium-ion batteries.
Nanogel technology may boost efficiency of cancer drug delivery
October 9, 2019
Nanogel technology may help deliver drugs to cancer cells directly while minimizing patient side effects, according to research by University scientists.
Weyes Blood talks about her album inspiration, ACL expectations
October 7, 2019
Experimental psychedelic folk singer, songwriter Natalie Mering of Weyes Blood said she has been performing on her own wavelength since she began writing music at 15.
UT chemist awarded NIH grant to develop molecular tools
October 3, 2019
University scientists are developing molecular tools that could impact future research on antibiotic-resistant bacteria and cancer drugs.
From Pumpkinheads to Moon Milk, there's an autumnal drink for everyone
September 30, 2019
While Starbucks is a household name that produces quality coffee, it doesn’t hold a monopoly on the Austin coffee scene. While the Pumpkin Spice Latte is great, it’s not the only autumnal drink special available to UT students.
Marc E. Bassy’s ‘PMD’ is sugary-sweet, then gone
September 30, 2019
While Bassy’s delivery appears to be a genuine representation of his personal experiences, the album fails to provide audiences with anything musically or stylistically unique.
Eels overfished, affect natural Texas ecosystem
September 25, 2019
There are eels in every major river basin in Texas, but most people do not know about them, said Dean Hendrickson, curator of ichthyology at the Biodiversity Center.
‘Nine’ is the pumpkin spiced latte of pop-punk
September 23, 2019
Blink-182’s ninth album, “Nine,” was released on Sept. 20, representing more of the same in their catalogue.
Darrell K Royal Research Fund grants $250,000 to Dell Medical School
September 18, 2019
Dell Medical School will continue research on neurological diseases, traumatic brain injuries and caregiver support thanks to a $250,000 grant from the Darrell K Royal Research Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease.
‘Hustlers’ expectations mixed ahead of release
September 11, 2019
When it hits theaters Sept. 13, star-studded, female-forward film “Hustlers” could be the pinnacle of what has been labeled “hot girl summer.”
Students donate to emergency fund and explore student organizations
September 5, 2019
Thousands of students explored hundreds of booths lined outside Gregory Gymnasium on Wednesday to learn more about student organizations, eat pizza and collect free swag at Party on the Plaza.