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UT researchers discover how to freeze sand
April 17, 2018
A team of German and U.S. researchers, including two UT professors, discovered a way to freeze sand, visualizing the process of forming crystal structures with lasers.
UT lecturer helps Puerto Rican institutions recover from Hurricane Maria
April 3, 2018
More than six months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, much of the U.S. territory remains without power and the island struggles to rebuild its destroyed institutions.
Newly invented nanotweezers can manipulate matter on tiny scales
March 29, 2018
Imagine a future where humans could casually control their own health at the cellular level with light.
Austin plans to put more self-driving cars on the road
March 6, 2018
With its new Smart Mobility Roadmap, the city of Austin is on the road to more self-driving cars.
Virtual reality program allows journalists to tell more immersive stories
February 8, 2018
Journalism has found another innovative way of captivating an audience’s attention through a new level of immersive technology: virtual reality.
Amazon could bring tech jobs to Austin
January 29, 2018
Now that Austin is on the short list for the second Amazon headquarters, UT’s tech talent may make the city appealing to Amazon.