Colleges in Richardson, Texas

Study Explores How Telemedicine May Ease ER Overcrowding

Overcrowding in emergency rooms is a costly and concerning global problem, compromising patient care quality and experience. In a new study, a researcher from...

Four Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows for Work in Science, Technology

Four University of Texas at Dallas faculty members have been elected 2020 fellows of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Dr....

ATEC Leaders’ AIDS Quilt Touch Stitches Together Tapestry for Digital Age

Dale MacDonald, associate dean of research and creative technologies in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC), and Dr. Anne Balsamo, dean...

Researcher Investigates Preparedness for New Disease Outbreaks in South Korea

The availability of adequate health care facilities is one of the most important factors that public-health policymakers grapple with when preparing for infectious disease...

Professor Works To Bring New Brain Implant for the Blind Closer...

The wireless floating microelectrode array is part of the device that will be implanted in the visual cortexes of five clinical trial participants. UT...

Comet Safety: A Thanksgiving Message to the UTD Community

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, As we prepare for Thanksgiving and the end to the semester, this is a good time to reflect on what...

Accolades: Professors Recognized for Ethics, Outstanding Contributions

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

UT Dallas Mourns Loss of Philanthropist, Arts Patron Edith O’Donnell

Edith O’Donnell Edith O’Donnell, one of Texas’ — and The University of Texas at Dallas’ — most generous philanthropists and a strong proponent of education,...

New Sciences Building’s Green Features Are Pure Gold

The Sciences Building was recognized for its environmental sustainability by the U.S. Green Building Council. The building was reviewed for the commitment to sustainable...

Computer Scientists Launch Counteroffensive Against Video Game Cheaters

University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists have devised a new weapon against video game players who cheat. The researchers developed their approach for detecting...

A Guide Made To Stay on Comets’ Radar: Emergency Closing Procedures...

Weather conditions like ice and snow may require the suspension of in-person classes, meetings and other activities at UT Dallas. In those instances, every...

Researchers Chronicle Sex Differences in Origin of Chronic Pain at Cellular...

Dr. Michael Burton, assistant professor of neuroscience at UT Dallas, is the co-senior author of two recent studies that show how a protein called...

UT Dallas Celebrates Founders Day Virtually with Contest, Giveaways

The University community took part in the day’s festivities by submitting photographs for a photo mosaic and competing in a video contest for best...

Researchers Examine if Online Physician Reviews Indicate Clinical Outcomes

Online consumer reviews play an important role in almost every consumer industry — from dining and shopping to travel and technology. But what do...

University To Hold First-Generation Celebration Week

First-Generation Celebration Week at The University of Texas at Dallas will offer virtual events Nov. 8-13 to highlight the success of students who are...

Virtual Day of Service Helps Comets Reconnect

For Zainab Khan, a finance junior at The University of Texas at Dallas, the all-virtual Viva Volunteer day of service was not only an...

Benson Highlights Progress, Challenges in State of the University Address

In his annual State of the University address, University of Texas at Dallas President Richard C. Benson said that as the University has responded...

Brain Imaging Links Cardiovascular Health to Multitasking Ability

Dr. Chandramallika Basak says research like hers helps explain how various health factors can protect us against declines in cognitive ability. Adults over 60 with...

Engineering Professor Earns Honor; Jindal School Student, Alumni Receive Awards

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

Grad’s Business Acumen Helps Seal $52.5 Million Deal for Professors’ Pain-Relief...

CerSci Therapeutics, founded by Dr. Gregory Dussor (left), Lucas Rodriguez MS’14, PhD’16 and Dr. Ted Price BS’97, was recently sold to Acadia Pharmaceuticals for...

Researchers To Study How Fathers Influence Children’s Language Development

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas’ Callier Center for Communication Disorders and Center for Children and Families (CCF) have joined with colleagues...
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