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See the latest news about discoveries, inventions, designs and scholarly achievements at UT Dallas – breakthroughs that are taking the University toward its goal of becoming one of the nation’s best public research universities.

Doctoral Student Studying Multiple Sclerosis Earns NIH Fellowship

Mark Zuppichini, a student in the cognition and neuroscience PhD program in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, received the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Individual Predoctoral Fellowship. read more


Physicists Find Misaligned Carbon Sheets Yield Unparalleled Properties

Dr. Fan Zhang, assistant professor of physics, and physics doctoral student Qiyue Wang described how the ability of twisted bilayer graphene to conduct electrical current changes in response to mid-infrared light. read more


NSF Grant Gives UT Dallas Prominent Role in New Research Cybertraining Center

UT Dallas experts will provide high-performance computing training for postdoctoral researchers who will then support other UT System researchers as part of the $1.4 million National Science Foundation award. read more


Researchers Examine Age Differences in How the Brain Perceives, Remembers

Center for Vital Longevity researchers mapped how regions of the brain’s visual cortex activated in response to words paired with pictures of faces or scenes as they analyzed a phenomenon called neural dedifferentiation. read more


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