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New technique measures semiconductors 100,000 times more sensitively
April 22, 2019
The technique provides an improved understanding of infrared sensor technologies and could pave new, promising directions in night vision or free space communication, said Sukrith Dev, an electrical and computer engineering graduate student who helped with the recent discovery
Cockrell School Cares initiative promotes student well-being
April 16, 2019
Anyone can feel like they’re an impostor, no matter how popular or accomplished they are, educational psychology professor Kevin Cokely said last week at a Cockrell School Cares event.
UT study looks for identification factors for child sex-trafficking victims
April 7, 2019
Victims of child sex trafficking are often difficult to identify, a UT study has revealed.
Dell Medical School researcher discusses importance of sleep
April 2, 2019
Sleep is an actively generated process by the brain and not simply a passive withdrawal of waking function, professor William Schwartz said at a Dell Medical School talk last Tuesday morning.
Andrew Yang hosts presidential campaign rally in Austin
March 10, 2019
Andrew Yang, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, said at his Friday rally in Austin that as an Asian-American who likes math, he is the opposite of President Donald Trump.
UT hosts Science Olympiad regional tournament for middle, high school students
February 24, 2019
Students from more than a dozen schools across Texas gathered at UT for the annual Science Olympiad Regional Tournament on Saturday.
Moriba Jah, a University of Texas professor, selected as 2019 TED Fellow
February 20, 2019
Since the program began in 2009. the TED Fellowship has grown into a network of influencers from more than 96 countries. Each year, thousands of people apply and 20 are selected to speak at the global TED conference.
UT community celebrates legacy of chemical engineer John J. McKetta Jr.
February 13, 2019
John J. McKetta Jr., the namesake of the University’s chemical engineering department, died on Jan. 15 at the age of 103. McKetta joined UT’s chemical engineering department as a professor in 1946 during a post-World War II period that created a vacuum for talented engineers in the workforce.
Strauss Center hosts Stanford Law professor for talk on necessary reformations in politics
February 5, 2019
The Strauss Center for International Security and Law hosted Sinnar as part of their Brumley Speaker Series, where Shirin Sinnar, Stanford Law associate professor, discussed reformations in politics she said she believes are necessary.