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30: Engineering nerd infiltrates Texan, brings sweets
May 5, 2017
The first step of the scientific process is to observe one’s surroundings and ask questions.
UT researchers go Loki’ing for new microbes
January 17, 2017
Recently discovered microbes named after Norse gods may explain how complex life evolved on Earth.
Electronic Game Developers Society creates video games
November 17, 2016
Not only do members of the UT Electronic Game Developers Society enjoy playing video games, they create them too.
UT engineer receives funding to develop empathy mirror
August 26, 2016
UT researcher Brian Korgel plans to build something that’s only been seen in science fiction — technology that will allow the user to feel what others feel.
Sand from the Middle East may be a key player in India’s summer monsoons
August 22, 2016
Large-scale climate models sometimes depend on very small dust and sand particles.
UT alumnus Bryce Strauss discusses his role in NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter
July 15, 2016
Bryce Strauss’ first job was out of this world.
Bacteria has potential to clean up oil spills
June 6, 2016
A new study reveals naturally present bacteria in oceans work to clean up after oil spills.
Volcanoes play role in shifting Earth’s climate
May 5, 2016
The history of Earth’s climate has been shaped by volcanoes.
Protecting endangered Barton Springs salamander helps large scale conservation efforts
April 20, 2016
Think globally and act locally.
Mars: the windy planet
April 13, 2016
Over two hundred million miles away from Earth, there is a planet shaped solely by wind.
Longhorn Lab Report: April 7th, 2016
April 7, 2016
Vaccine creators must consider developing world
March 30, 2016
While vaccines have been effective in lowering childhood mortality, disparities still remain between high-income countries and low-income countries.
Researchers make fuels out of water, carbon dioxide
March 25, 2016
Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have found a one-step conversion process that transforms carbon dioxide and water into hydrocarbon fuels.
First Person Vision exposes hidden behaviors
March 2, 2016
In the future, wearable cameras could diagnose autism.
Leukemia researchers think outside the tumor
February 26, 2016
The secret to cancer’s cure may come from noncancerous cells.
Researchers map Greenland ice sheet history over the past 9,000 years
February 19, 2016
UT scientists are breaking the ice with 9,000 years of glacial history.
UT engineers develop self-healing battery gel
February 3, 2016
The future of electronics depends on the capabilities of next generation batteries.