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Lab develops exoskeleton tech
1 month ago

Lab develops exoskeleton tech

A lab on campus is developing exoskeleton technology intended to help rehabilitate individuals who have experienced a stroke.

The Locomotor Control Systems lab is developing an exoskeleton called ComEx (Comet …
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Mercury Midday News 01/26/17
9 months ago

Mercury Midday News 01/26/17

This week we discuss the role that the media plays in academia with Dr. Alex Piquero and the impact of Texas’s proposed “bathroom bill” with Student Government senators.

Research earns nat’l media spotlight
9 months ago

Research earns nat’l media spotlight

Alex Piquero’s work has appeared on the front page of The New York Times. It’s been lambasted in an opinion authored by Ann Coulter. Former President Barack Obama has …
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UTD reaches Tier One status
11 months ago

UTD reaches Tier One status

President Richard Benson declared Dec. 21 as Tier One Day to mark UTD’s achievement in reaching Tier One status.

For years, UTD administrators have pursued the goal …
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Researchers extend phone, computer battery life
12 months ago

Researchers extend phone, computer battery life

The world is one step closer to implementing alternate technology that can improve the battery life of computing devices such as phones, calculators and laptops due to recent advances …
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These are a few of my favorite things (pens)

With the exception of one of my classes, I tend to subscribe to the age-old practice that handwriting notes is much better than typing notes. Particularly when it comes to …
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Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva
3 years ago

Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva

Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva

When thousands of scientists in Switzerland proved the existence of the Higgs-boson particle in 2012, it was a milestone in …
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Profs research pain
3 years ago

Profs research pain

Two professors in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences are delving into some of the most perplexing puzzles in the field of public medicine: chronic pain and migraines.

Associate …
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Research lab closes, leaves question marks

The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economic Science, or CBEES, was abruptly closed last month, leaving at least one faculty member without a job and displacing student research.

Former director …
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