Texas A&M first school to use 3D technology to secure campus safety

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Texas A&M, San Antonio, is the first campus in the world to utilize an Indoor Positioning Solution to provide a safer environment for students, whether it’s a medical emergency or active shooter.

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Local S.A. technology company tackles hackers

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Computer hackers are a huge problem all over the world. A local company has a new patent in the war against illegally cracking code.

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SciTech Now - Best of 2018

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With so many great SciTech segments in 2018, it was a real challenge to pick three that we think tell some of the best stories.

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UTSA tech symposium displays innovative world solutions

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Innovative student projects recently displayed at a tech symposium had college engineering students putting on their suits, polishing their presentation skills and showing the next great idea.

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Body GPS system redefining lung cancer care

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Have you seen how a car's GPS navigation system works to help guide you where you want to go? What about a GPS system for your body?

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This week’s election results and what they mean to San Antonio

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Hear analysis on the city charter amendments, local and Senate race results, and how immigration helped shape candidates messages.

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UTSA uses virtual reality in classrooms

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Virtual reality has been used for many applications, but what about in the classroom?

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Zombie cells can help in the fight against Alzheimer's

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They call them undead ... or zombie cells, and when mixed with the tangled proteins in the brain caused by Alzheimer’s, they can be lethal.

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Flourine studies lead to new discovery for pharmaceuticals

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A major discovery at a UTSA lab regarding fluorine and how other molecules bond with it could revolutionize pharmaceuticals and more.

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A weekly dose of arts!

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It is fun to explore art in all of it's many forms.

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EPIcenter teams up with startup to combat dangerous drones

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What happens when drones fall into the wrong hands and become dangerous?

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Breakthrough study shows plants in nature can help oral cancer

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Oral cancer can be aggressive and deadly, but there is hope.

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New mastectomy surgery will leave minimal scars

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A breakthrough medical technology will lend new hope to breast-cancer patients.

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Research in stuttering patients can lead to breakthrough in Alzheimer's

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Cutting edge research into brain activity patterns that affect stuttering could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people, including Alzheimer’s patients.

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Fire contract lawsuit, and the State of the City

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Hear from District 6 City Councilman Greg Brockhouse, District 3 City Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran, and reporters Brian Chasnoff and Scott Bailey.

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