Science and Technology

‘Nanotweezers’ Open Door to Advances in Medicine, Nanotech

March 27, 2018
nanotech

Nanotweezers could create opportunities for innovations in nanotechnology and individual health monitoring.

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How Amazon’s Second HQ Search Can Boost Clean Energy

March 23, 2018
Amazon

We need an enterprising and transformative mindset for HQ2’s role in shaping the future of energy.

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Behind the Scenes of UT Austin's Vast Insect Collection

March 19, 2018
Insects Unlocked: Orchid Bee

Alex Wild is not only an entomologist, he is also a skilled photographer. He has merged his two passions to bring UT’s vast insect collection out of the vaults and into the public eye.

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Augmenting Scientific Inquiry with Augmented Reality

March 15, 2018
Simulated rotating cylinder of a plasma's charge density

UT researchers develop new visualization tools to explore fusion physics.

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Cancer Detecting Pen Takes South by Southwest Award

March 14, 2018
Jialing Zhang demonstrates using the MasSpec Pen on a human tissue sample.

UT professor and team were honored with an award at SXSW for cancer detecting pen. 

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