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UT Dallas Magazine: Artists, Scientists Blur Lines

Dr. Kathryn Evans conducting The creative process often blurs the lines between science and the humanities as UT Dallas researchers use concepts and tools from the arts to inspire or inform scientific inquiry, and vice versa. read more


Researchers Devise Decoy Molecule to Block Pain Where It Starts

Dr. Zachary Campbell Dr. Zachary Campbell and a team of researchers have developed a method of reducing pain-associated behaviors with RNA-based medicine, creating a new class of decoy molecules that prevent the onset of pain. read more


Musselman Named Provost, VP for Academic Affairs

Dr. Inga Musselman Dr. Inga Musselman, who has been interim provost since 2015, oversees curricula, instruction and research activities as the new chief academic officer for the University. Her appointment was effective Dec. 1. read more


Construction, Transportation Changes on Deck for 2018

Engineering West buiding under construction Several projects - including the new engineering and science buildings, a transit center and the relocation of several departments - will continue through winter break and into the new year. read more


Scientists Get Grants for Brain, Pain, Learning Studies

Dr. James C. Bartlett Researchers in the School of Behavioral of Brain Sciences have received multiple $2 million-plus awards from the National Institutes of Health in the second half of 2017, totaling more than $15 million. read more


President Benson Shares Outlook for University at Annual Address

President Benson In his annual State of the University address, President Richard C. Benson laid out the current status of the institution as well as his vision for the future: to be one of the nation's best public research universities and one of the world's great universities. read more


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