Science and Technology

UT Austin forensics team is something to shout about

Feb. 29, 2000

Quick, name a program at UT Austin that boasts seven consecutive national championships, is recognized by the ceremonial lighting of the UT Tower and has achieved a level of excellence and professionalism that rank it as one of the premier competitive programs in the country.

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Three UT Austin engineers awarded membership in National Academy of Engineering

Feb. 24, 2000

Three engineers at The University of Texas at Austin have received the highest honor awarded engineers nationwide: membership in the National Academy of Engineering.

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Latin American analysts Jean Franco and Roger W. Anderson to discuss nature of memory and communication during visit to UT Austin on March 4

Feb. 16, 2000

Jean Franco, an observer of Latin American culture who has published more than five books and dozens of articles on Spanish and Latin American culture and literature, will speak at The University of Texas at Austin on March 4.

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UT Austin scientist builds new semiconductor structures atoms at a time

Feb. 15, 2000

Dr. Archie Holmes Jr. likes to think small. In fact, he likes to think in microns.

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Signing of Southern African Large Telescope agreement marks major milestone

Jan. 28, 2000

An agreement was signed this week, formalizing the Hobby¬Eberly Telescope Board of Directors' participation in the design and construction of a $16.5 million Southern African Large Telescope observatory, to be built at the South African Astronomical Observatory in Sutherland, South Africa.

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