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Scientists discover 87-million-year-old dinosaur blood vessels
March 23, 2016
Dinosaur hearts haven’t pumped blood for millions of years, but thanks to UT researchers, their intact blood vessels are no longer a thing of the past.
US Surgeon General visits campus, calls for students to take action
March 4, 2016
The 19th Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy, visited UT on Thursday with a call for action: Americans need to change their perception of health.
Typing up a diagnosis for Parkinson’s
February 26, 2016
Words per minute is not the only thing researchers can tell from a keyboarding test.
UT scientists shed light on skin cancer
February 18, 2016
James Tunnell, Cockrell School of Engineering professor, and Dr. Jason Reichenberg, dermatologist at Seton Medical Center, have combined their expertise to create a device the size of a pen that detects three different types of skin cancer — all within five seconds.
Suggs Lab uses tissue engineering to study tumors, vascular diseases
February 9, 2016
The human body has the amazing ability to heal itself naturally. However, sometimes even the body could use some help.
New FRI stream introduces genetic sequencing on a whole new level
January 29, 2016
Thirteen years ago, the Human Genome Project gave scientists a deeper understanding of how and when genes are activated.
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