Topic: Mikhail Matz

A decade of discovery

June 21, 2011
A decade of discovery

The Texas Advanced Computing Center marks 10 years of helping scientists explore phenomenon too large, small or expensive to investigate in the lab.

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Science Study Break Takes on "Avatar"

April 11, 2011

The Life Science Library's Science Study Break program will wrap up its season on Wednesday with an examination of James Cameron's most recent blockbuster "Avatar."

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Six Assistant Professors Win CAREER Awards from National Science Foundation

April 1, 2011

Six assistant professors at The University of Texas at Austin received Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards totaling nearly $3 million from the National Science Foundation.

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Fluorescent Color of Coral Larvae Predicts Whether They'll Settle Or Swim

Jan. 26, 2011

Young staghorn coral that fluoresce redder are less likely to settle and develop into coral polyps than their greener peers, University of Texas at Austin biologists have discovered.

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Scientists depend on advanced computing to better understand evolution, drug discovery and genetics

May 31, 2010

Today's medical technology can recognize tumors smaller than a fingernail, decode your DNA to predict future illness and even read a person's mind by identifying electronic patterns in the brain.

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