A new super-resolution microscope technique could aid in the development of artificial organs such as skin or heart tissue.Read more
Researchers at UT Austin have developed a nanoscale machine made of DNA that can randomly walk in any direction across bumpy surfaces and could potentially be used for cancer detection.Read more
AUSTIN, Texas Researchers at the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have built the smallest, fastest and longest-running tiny synthetic motor to date. The team's nanomotor is an important step toward developing miniature machines that could one day move through the body to administer insulin for diabetics when needed, or target and treat cancer cells without harming good cells.Read more
The new technology, developed by University of Texas at Austin chemists and engineers, is being given a real-world test run in collaboration with one of the world's leading innovators in disk drives.Read more
Event: Dedication ceremony for the Larry R. Faulkner Nanoscience and Technology Building.
When: Thursday, Oct. 27. Ceremony 4:305:30 p.m. Building tours 5:307 p.m.Read more