Microscopic masterpieces

Microscopic masterpieces

With a resume full of accomplishments in nanotechnology, a UTD professor who spends his time researching elements on an atomic scale has managed to see the art within the atoms. Material science engineering professor Moon Kim started taking images of his work in 1985 using electron microscopes. Since then, he...

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UTD eliminates automatic admission based on test scores

UTD eliminates automatic admission based on test scores

UTD admissions policies for automatic and transfer admissions are set to change in the 2018-2019 academic year. The university previously admitted students automatically based on their test scores or if they ranked in the top 10 percent of their graduating class. However, students will no longer be automatically admitted from...

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Testing Center relocated to SP/N 2

Testing Center relocated to SP/N 2

As of December, the UTD Testing Center was relocated to Synergy Park North 2 on Synergy Park Boulevard, and has added changes to the current policies for exam registration. The Center’s first day in operation at the new location is Feb. 5. Darren Crone, assistant provost for Educational Technology Services,...

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Alumni create device to assist emergency C-sections

Alumni create device to assist emergency C-sections

UTD alumni created a device to help improve the speed and safety of emergency cesarean sections as their senior capstone project through UTDesign. Biomedical engineering graduates Vinay Naik, Matthew Galles, Michael Bucag and Vineet Aziz worked together as the Little Caesareans, a name they chose in jest, to solve a...

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