Science and Technology

Link Found Between Type 2 Diabetes and Common White Pigment

June 20, 2018
A TiO2 crystal extracted from a T2D pancreas and its electron diffraction pattern. The resulting interference patterns indica

A pilot study by a team of researchers at UT Austin found that a common chemical may contribute to Type 2 diabetes.

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Nation's Largest Ever Indoor Air Quality Experiment at UT

June 18, 2018
Cockrell School of Engineering professor Atila Novoselac, Co-Host of HOMEChem

Leading experts from 12 universities will come to The University of Texas at Austin’s J.J. Pickle Research Campus to participate in a first-of-its-kind indoor air quality and surface chemistry experiment. 

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Pruitt’s Proposed Gift to the Chemical Industry Could Deadly

June 13, 2018
Chemicals

This is not the direction our nation should be heading when it comes to the safety of industrial facilities.

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Ice Shelves Compromised by Effects of Ocean and Atmosphere

June 13, 2018
Nansen

Scientists have discovered the world’s ice shelves are being destabilized from above and below and documented for the first time how these forces work together to carve off enormous pieces of ice and increase sea level.

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Bitcoin Technology Has Potential to Help the Homeless

June 12, 2018
Bitcoin

Blockchain holds great promise in solving the issue of secure data sharing while also empowering individuals.

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