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UT-Austin and UT-San Antonio granted $1.5 million to research hypersonics, the future of high-speed travel

UT-Austin and UT-San Antonio granted $1.5 million to research hypersonics, the future of high-speed travel

December 18, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared in the November 5 flipbook.  UT-Austin researchers are working to speed up flight transportation so travelers can fly to anywhere in the continental United...

UT health program identifies needs, improves communication with young breast cancer patients

UT health program identifies needs, improves communication with young breast cancer patients

December 17, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared in the November 2 flipbook. UT researchers are working to create an intervention program for young adults with breast cancer to address unmet needs and issues. Principal...

UT researcher studies the intersectionality of feminism, environmentalism practiced in communities

UT researcher studies the intersectionality of feminism, environmentalism practiced in communities

December 15, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared as part of the November 19 flipbook.  A UT researcher examined how two communities incorporate feminism and environmental ideas in their everyday lives to...

UT leads project focused on exploring the deep ocean

UT leads project focused on exploring the deep ocean

December 15, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared as part of the November 16 flipbook.  An interdisciplinary team led by UT researchers launched a project in October focused on exploring the deep ocean. The...

UT, MD Anderson Cancer Center researchers developing technology to touch tumors

UT, MD Anderson Cancer Center researchers developing technology to touch tumors

December 14, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared in the October 15 flipbook.  Researchers at UT are developing a robotic endoscope that allows doctors to “feel” cancer tumors, which could help doctors...

UT collaboration develops new technique to predict tumor response to chemotherapy

UT collaboration develops new technique to predict tumor response to chemotherapy

December 14, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared in the October 15 flipbook.  In collaboration with multiple health care agencies, UT researchers published a study last month detailing a technique that can...

UT researchers advance carbon capture technology

UT researchers advance carbon capture technology

December 14, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared as part of the October 12 flipbook. UT researchers discovered a way to store 200 times more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in deep-sea technology, which...

UT study shows how Mars’ surface was formed

UT study shows how Mars’ surface was formed

December 14, 2021

Editor's Note: This article first appeared as part of the October 12 flipbook. UT researchers recently discovered that, over the span of weeks, massive Mars flooding carved out canyons hundreds of meters...

UT researcher working on plate tectonic study suggests new theory of plate deformation

UT researcher working on plate tectonic study suggests new theory of plate deformation

November 30, 2021
When the scientists ran a computer model on the Earth’s tectonic plates, they found there is a pinching effect that occurs after a submerged plate is put under multiple geological forces.
UT-Austin researchers discover hundreds of ancient sites in Southern Mexico using laser mapping data

UT-Austin researchers discover hundreds of ancient sites in Southern Mexico using laser mapping data

November 23, 2021
University researchers, along with others from the University of Arizona, University of Houston and various Mexican institutions, worked together using laser mapping data to uncover hundreds of sites dating back from about 1,050 B.C. to 400 B.C.
Some UT students who translate for their parents say pandemic increased stress

Some UT students who translate for their parents say pandemic increased stress

November 18, 2021

After immigrating to the U.S. during high school, Vanessa Crespo realized her previous English classes did not fully prepare her to translate everyday tasks for her Spanish-speaking parents, such as shopping,...

International scientific collaboration reveals 35 new potential black hole events

International scientific collaboration reveals 35 new potential black hole events

November 16, 2021
Scientists from across the world recruited some UT faculty to help create the largest published catalog of black hole and neutron star collisions, which has now reached 90 known events.
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