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NBC DFW: Is Augmented Reality the Next Generation of Medical Training?

“You will be able to talk to him about what symptoms he’s had … anything that might be indicative of how somebody feels when they have potentially had a stroke.” — Marjorie Zielke PhD’07, research professor

Think: Here’s Why What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

“How you think about [stress] depends on how you experience it.” — Dr. Ian Robertson, T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Scientist

PBS NewsHour: Exhibit Uses Brain Science To Inform Art

“I was excited by the possibility because we don’t often have these opportunities to have a science-meets-art kind of conversation.” — Dr. Daniel C. Krawczyk, Debbie and Jim Francis Chair in Behavioral Brain Sciences

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UT Dallas Magazine

Winds of Change

As the wind business booms, UT Dallas engineers are driving innovation in wind-turbine design and efficiency.

The Play's The Thing

Celebrating 10 years, the Center for Children and Families has become a recognized, impactful resource for the community as it shares lessons learned from childhood-development research.

Bacteria Battles

UT Dallas microbiologists are on the front lines of an arms race that threatens the entire human race.

UT Dallas Gets in New Game With eSports

The newest varsity sport on campus — esports — made a name for itself in its inaugural season.

 

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Notable Instrument Added to Guitar Studies Program

Alhambra Guitars of Spain has donated a new, high-quality guitar to the University of Texas at Dallas Guitar Studies Program.

The Importance of Holocaust Remembrance

The Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies is hosting an exhibit through March 12 that features stories of Nazi concentration camp liberators.

Thank You, Al

An ode to the man who chronicled the early years of The University of Texas at Dallas.

Lloyd Berkner: a Man Made To Be a Comet

In honor of his birthday this month, here are some facts you may not know about the man who once led UTD’s precursor institution.

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