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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.

Researcher Investigates Preparedness for New Disease Outbreaks in South Korea

Dr. Dohyeong Kim examined the allocation process and spatial distribution of negative-pressure isolation rooms, one of the most critical resources for controlling infectious respiratory diseases such as COVID-19, during past outbreaks. read more


Professor Works To Bring New Brain Implant for the Blind Closer to Reality

Dr. Stuart Cogan and his colleagues are playing a key role in a clinical test that will show how well an intracortical visual prosthesis works for people with blindness. read more


Computer Scientists Launch Counteroffensive Against Video Game Cheaters

Researchers developed an approach that can detect cheaters using the video game Counter-Strike, but the mechanism can work for any massively multiplayer online game that sends data traffic to a central server. read more


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

Dr. Michael Burton and fellow scientists have furthered the understanding of how chronic pain functions differently in males and females, including identifying different ways pain begins at the cellular level. read more


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