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September 27, 2016

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Scientists Put a New Twist on Artificial Muscles

Artificial musclesSept. 27, 2016UT Dallas researchers are developing a new class of artificial muscles that could be used for robotics, prosthetics and consumer products such as smart textiles that adjust to temperature changes. read more


Team's Tool Measures Social Entrepreneurship

CarraherSept. 27, 2016In a new study, Dr. Shawn Carraher clinical professor of organizations, strategy and international management, tested the standardized scale he created for the expanding field. read more


Event Celebrates Women Championing Diversity

diversitySept. 26, 2016The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement honored four female faculty, staff and student leaders for their work to promote diversity and inclusion on campus at a recent ceremony. read more


Lecture Features First Couple of U.S. Politics

lectureSept. 23, 2016Tickets are on sale for the 2016 Distinguished Lecture on Nov. 3 in which Mary Matalin and James Carville will share their insights into contemporary political issues, including the upcoming presidential election. read more


Researcher Aims to Update Gene Editing System

Dr. Jonathan PloskiSept. 22, 2016A UT Dallas researcher is taking a new trend in gene editing, called CRISPR/Cas9, and developing ways to make it more flexible and precise for potential use in psychiatric and brain disorders. read more


Kids Practice, Improve Social Skills in Virtual World

Dr. Daniel KrawczykSept. 22, 2016Research from the Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas shows that a new virtual reality training program is producing positive results for children who have autism or Asperger's syndrome. read more

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