Colleges in Richardson, Texas

Study Finds No Acceleration in Crime from Formula 1 Race

A new analysis from The University of Texas at Dallas shows there is no evidence to suggest that crime increases when the Formula 1...

New Map, Comet Calendar Offer Greater User Experience, Engagement

The updated campus map provides a 3D view of UT Dallas and allows the University to show real-time shutdowns and rerouted traffic patterns due...

Study: VNS Shows Promise for Improving Peripheral Nerve Recovery

When a nerve in an arm or leg is damaged, the brain adapts rapidly to the suddenly missing signal from that part of the...

Entrepreneur Gets Big Lift with Selection to LaunchPad Mentoring Program

University of Texas at Dallas computer science senior Pablo Peillard says he’s always been a maker. Pablo Peillard “In high school, we set up the first...

Old Mobile Phone Technology May Help Curb Traffic Deaths in Nigeria

Researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center are investigating new ways to use old mobile phone technology to help...

Virtual Patient Project Aims To Develop Smarter Medical Students

Sean Lenox BA’15, research engineer in the modeling and simulation lab at UT Dallas, uses the Microsoft HoloLens to test the functionality of virtual...

Young Students Test Engineering Skills at African American Male Academic Bowl

Facts were flying among teams of sixth- through eighth-grade African American students as they went head-to-head in an academic challenge as part of The...

Researchers Brighten Path for Creating New Type of MRI Contrast Agent

UT Dallas faculty members who collaborated with Dr. Jeremiah Gassensmith (center, back), associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, include Dr. Lloyd Lumata (left, back),...

New Solar Car Racing Team Driven To Shine Light on Alternative...

Members of the Comet Solar Racing team discuss models of a vehicle that they hope to design and build. From left are mechanical engineering...

University Honors King, Shows Commitment to Community During ‘Dream Week’

Neuroscience senior Nishika Jaiswal drops a measuring scoop of ingredients for prepackaged red lentil jambalaya meals that will be delivered to area children. The...

Computer Science, ATEC Professors Earn Recognition

Accolades is an occasional News Center feature that highlights recent accomplishments of The University of Texas at Dallas faculty and students. To submit items...

New Callier Center Test Catches Cause of Balance Issues

Dr. Jason Baker, clinical audiologist at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders, adjusts the headset of administrative assistant Lynne Perler, who prepares to test...

NIH, NSF Grants Help Advance Scientist’s Protein Research

A University of Texas at Dallas scientist recently received two federal grants totaling $2.7 million to support research aimed at better understanding — and...

Study Challenges Assumptions About Social Interaction Difficulties in Autism

Autism is characterized in part by an individual’s challenges communicating and interacting socially with others. These difficulties have typically been studied in isolation by...

Audiologists Spread Word About Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Dr. Colleen Le Prell (seated) coordinated, served as guest co-editor and contributed five articles for a special issue of the Journal of the Acoustical...

Scientists Target Link Between Chronic Pain, Cognitive Impairments

Chronic pain patients often suffer from impaired cognitive function as a side effect of their pain. That degradation isn’t addressed by pain-relief medications, some...

Note to Readers: UTD Today, Changes to News Center Arrive Jan....

Text size: campus Jan. 16, 2020 The new year at The University of...

Professor Named Fellow of National Academy of Inventors

Text size: faculty Jan. 16, 2020 Dr. Lakshman Tamil Dr. Lakshman Tamil, professor of...

Note to Readers: UTD Today, New Look for News Center Set...

The new year at The University of Texas at Dallas is bringing a fresh Comet news connection starting Jan. 21. UTD Today will be the...

New Master’s Degree Combines Public Policy with Cybersecurity

Text size: campus Jan. 16, 2020 The University of Texas at Dallas is...

Vagus Nerve Stimulation Device Gets Closer to Next Stage of Testing

The wireless vagus nerve stimulation device (right) may be small, but it’s a big leap forward when compared to its predecessor (left). The new...
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