Wednesday,
April 16, 2014

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Team Studying Potential Nanotube Health Threats

Pantano-DraperApril 16, 2014Scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas have received a federal grant to investigate how tiny carbon structures used in the manufacture of many everyday products might affect human health.  read more


Cybersecurity Team Rolls Out New Heartbleed Cure

Kevin HamlenApril 14, 2014As companies scrambled to address the latest cybersecurity bug known as Heartbleed, UT Dallas researchers had a solution that fixes the vulnerability, and also detects and entraps hackers who might be using it to steal sensitive data. read more


Tech Advances Could Eliminate Majority of Jobs

ISSUES magazine, Spring 2014 editionApril 15, 2014A review of research in robotics and information technology in the spring edition of Issues in Science and Technology indicates that within the next 10 to 20 years, technologies will perform the jobs of as many as 80 percent of workers. read more


University Honors Outstanding Student Employees

Amanda PereiraApril 15, 2014Six student workers at UT Dallas have been recognized by their supervisors for their professionalism, work ethic and performance as part of National Student Employment Week. read more


Artworks to Take Center Stage at Jindal Event

AIMApril 16, 2014The Jindal School is hosting an art event with a business twist. Artistic Impressions of Management on April 26 will feature a gallery of special exhibits to raise funds to provide contemporary art for the school’s $25 million, 108,000-square-foot expansion. read more


Astronaut, Science Education Champion to Speak

Dr. Mae JemisonApril 11, 2014Dr. Mae Jemison — whose many career titles have included astronaut, chemical engineer, physician, entrepreneur and teacher — will speak Wednesday in the final installment of the inaugural ATEC Distinguished Lecture Series. read more


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