Friday,
July 19, 2019

Friday,
July 19, 2019

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Award Eases Student’s Career Path in Pain Research

Candler Paige and Ted Price. July 22, 2019 Doctoral student Candler Paige, who studies how the origins of chronic pain differ between the sexes, has received a National Institutes of Health grant that will fund her work over the next six years. read more


Youngsters' Coding Skills Take Flight at Camp

Drone in mid-air. July 22, 2019 The University's Summer Coding Camps, which reach an estimated 1,500 young students each year, use a hands-on approach to help children gain problem-solving skills that go beyond the classroom. read more


From UTD to the Moon: 50 Years and Counting

July 18, 2019 The landing of men on the moon and the genesis of UT Dallas are inextricably linked. As the anniversary of the astronauts’ first lunar steps nears, we look back at the Apollo connections that helped the University take a giant leap forward. read more


Engineers Were Instrumental to Space Missions

Ron Lippincott and Larry Harmon in laboratory. July 18, 2019 They may not have grabbed headlines like America's astronauts, but Ron Lippincott and Larry Harmon of the William B. Hanson Center for Space Sciences were just as key to studying the universe. read more


3D Imaging May Improve MS Treatment Path

Three researchers standing in front of an MRI machine. July 15, 2019 Center for BrainHealth researchers joined colleagues at UT Southwestern Medical Center to study images of multiple sclerosis lesions, with the aim of learning to differentiate between injuries that are likely to heal and those that are not. read more


Sheaths Drive Powerful New Artificial Muscles

Ray Baughman July 11, 2019 In a new study, researchers describe sheath-run artificial muscles that have higher power densities and can produce mechanical energy more efficiently than previous creations. read more


Team Designs Controller for Gene Expression

Three researchers posing together outdoors. July 11, 2019 UT Dallas researchers worked with colleagues from UT Tyler to engineer components that can rewire genetic response pathways, creating a template for designing new cellular behaviors with a wide range of potential applications. read more


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