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May 31, 2016

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Weak Materials Offer Strong Options for Electronics

Dr. Fan ZhangMay 31, 2016New fundamental research by UT Dallas physicists may accelerate the drive toward more advanced electronics and more powerful computers. read more


Memories Can Resist Interference During Learning

Dr. Micheal Rugg and Dr. Josh KoenMay 26, 2016While acquiring new memories can enrich the human experience, they also can interfere with old ones and make them more likely to be forgotten. A UT Dallas study shows how some memories persist in the face of strong interference. read more


Discovery Could Lead to Better Batteries

Dr. Kyeongjae ChoMay 23, 2016Dr. Kyeongjae Cho, professor of materials science and engineering, has made a discovery that could open the door to cellphone and car batteries that last five times longer than current ones. read more


Summer Heats Up with Construction Projects

Engineering Sciences buildingMay 23, 2016Construction on campus will heat up this summer with work on a new engineering building and two apartment-style student housing complexes that were recently approved by The University of Texas System Board of Regents. read more


University Mourns the Loss of Bill Booziotis

Bill BooziotisMay 19, 2016Bill Booziotis, longtime supporter of UT Dallas, has died at the age of 80. In April he was recognized with the Gifford K. Johnson Community Leadership Award for his level of service and dedication to the University. read more


Policy, Politics to Take Center Stage at Events

Dr. Robert LowryMay 19, 2016The School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences will host two conferences starting today that will bring leading scholars to UT Dallas to share research on a range of political topics. read more

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