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New electronics flexible in more ways than one
3 years ago

New electronics flexible in more ways than one

Cutting-edge circuitry has numerous applications in multiple fields including medicine, homeland security

Flexible electronics, with applications from consumer to military, have the potential to improve the quality of life and …
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Food, retail center at north campus could arrive by ’16
3 years ago

Food, retail center at north campus could arrive by ’16

Traditional college town living marks shift to residential focus

Construction on Comet Town, a housing complex that will feature shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and a DART station, is …
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‘Red Herring’ turns tables on hackers
3 years ago

‘Red Herring’ turns tables on hackers

‘Heartbleed’ countermeasure conceived in UTD’s laboratories

The most serious security problem to ever affect the modern web left about two-thirds of the Internet at risk, including UTD systems and …
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Overcoming obstacles focus of TEDxUTD talk
4 years ago

Overcoming obstacles focus of TEDxUTD talk

The lineup at TEDxUTD on Sunday, April 13, included six speakers from the UTD community and two talks streamed online.

Albert Ok, undecided freshman, and one of three student speakers …
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Multilingual students translate for refugees
4 years ago

Multilingual students translate for refugees

Alumnus gives students opportunity to volunteer with Human Rights Initiative of North Texas

Being bilingual or multilingual can be a skill students take for granted, but at the Human Rights …
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SSB addition, alumni center underway
4 years ago

SSB addition, alumni center underway

Major construction projects on campus are slated to continue well into 2016, including an expansion for the Student Services Building.

Kelly Kinnard, director of physical plant services, said the programming …
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New dining hall, campus store to open next semester

Second parking garage to feature Einstein’s Bagels, potentially IHOP

This coming fall semester, the opening of the Phase IV Residence Hall will create new dining options on campus.

The building, …
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New SG admin puts focus on traditions, spirit
4 years ago

New SG admin puts focus on traditions, spirit

As each of the newly elected Student Government senators were named on the evening of March 26, Brooke Knudtson knew it was a good sign that most came from her …
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Students bootstrap hardware startup
4 years ago

Students bootstrap hardware startup

With billion dollar initial public offerings, software startup companies like Twitter and Facebook have grabbed the limelight of public interest, creating the perception that there is a disparity of success …
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Former Waterview tenants blindsided by new landlords
4 years ago

Former Waterview tenants blindsided by new landlords

Since the university bought Waterview Park in July 2013, residents in former Waterview, or Phases I–IV, have had to adjust to several changes.

While some have been welcome, including the …
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