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Unique University Partnership Yields Rapid, At-Home Test for COVID-19
The innovative commercialization agreement allows Dallas-based SOTECH Health to license the sensor technology developed by bioengineering leader Dr. Shalini Prasad.
Dr. Inga Musselman and Dr. Stephanie G. Adams
 
University Leaders Aim to Advance Gender Equity, Retention in STEM
The National Science Foundation awarded a
$1 million grant to Jonsson School Dean Stephanie G. Adams and UT Dallas Provost Inga Musselman to lead efforts to increase the representation and advancement of women tenure-track faculty.
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Radiation Detection Technology Provides Novel Approach to Fight WMD
Researchers led by Dr. Manuel Quevedo are developing a cheaper, more accurate method of detecting neutron radiation using ultra-thin film technology, with applications for national security as well as health and consumer protection.
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Interdisciplinary Group Applies Power of AI to Forecast Energy Fluctuations
Dr. Gopal Gupta and Jonsson School researchers housed at the newly established Richardson Innovation Quarter are studying AI applications to more accurately predict changes in energy pricing, supply and demand.
Dr. Julia Hsu
 
Jonsson School Team Lights the Way
to the Future of Solar Panel Production
Dr. Julia Hsu has conducted a series of studies and secured a $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to create a more efficient, thin film production process for solar panels.
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New UT Dallas Research Center Focuses on Semiconductor Security
The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security (CHEST) will focus on the security of semiconductor chips and computer hardware, an overlooked entry point for cyberattack.
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Army Grant Assists UT Dallas Researchers' Mission Against ALS
Dr. Zhenghong Gao and multidisciplinary researchers are using the gene-editing tool CRISPR to more accurately detect a genetic mutation that causes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
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