Students Create a Low-Cost Solution for Babies with Jaundice

March 8, 2018

UT Students competing in the Engineering World Health's Design Competition develop a low-cost incubator for babies with jaundice.

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Texas Primary Elections: What They Are and Why They Matter

March 5, 2018
Texas flag

Texas holds primary elections tomorrow. Here's what you need to know about them, according to Jim Henson, director of the Texas Politics Project and UT/Texas Tribune Poll.

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This Longhorn is Ready for Gold at 2018 Winter Paralympics

Feb. 26, 2018
Jen Lee 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

Returning to reclaim the gold medal for the U.S. sled hockey team will be Texas Longhorn Jen Lee.

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Students Step-Up for a Greener Future

Feb. 23, 2018
energy_olympiad 2018

UT undergraduates host the first Energy Olympiad, a research competition focused on fostering the next generation of energy sustainability.

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Wasn't Russia banned from competing in the Olympics?

Feb. 22, 2018
Olympic Athletes from Russia

UT professor and sports historian John Hoberman explains how politics and power are connected to the Olympics and those "Olympic Athlete from Russia" uniforms you may have seen.

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