Southwest Research tests traveling at hypersonic speeds

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Southwest Research Institute is testing vehicles traveling at MACH 15, or five times the speed of sound.

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UTSA invents Cybersecurity game that helps protect assets

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We’ll see how high-tech and low-tech are holding hands to prevent security hack attacks.

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Sneak peek of new CPS Energy downtown headquarters

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CPS Energy is constructing a brand new downtown headquarters and SciTech Now goes right to the source to discover new energy tips from our power grid.

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Hurricane-penetrating microsatellites built in S.A. used by NASA

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It’s called the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System, or CYGNSS for short, and this constellation of microsatellites is able to pierce thick clouds and rain.

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SeaWorld's Turtle Reef Aquarium keeps fresh using nature

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Sea World turtles have a state-of-the-art tank and filtration system, using nature at its best to keep the water fresh and balanced.

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New VR game lets you experience wheelchair basketball

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Take a virtual peek into what kids in wheelchairs see as they try to make baskets on what looks like the San Antonio Spurs home basketball court.

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Homeowners could soon generate their own electricity

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This week on SciTech Now, we examine super-small energy generators for homes, and we talk with The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) researchers behind it all.

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VIA Metro premieres digital kiosks around San Antonio

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VIA Metropolitan Transit is rolling out smart kiosks, called IKE, which stands for Interactive Kiosk Experience.

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Students and architects give Mission Concepcion new cooling system

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On this edition of SciTech Now, we take a look at how 21st Century technology meets 18th Century building techniques.

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UTSA researchers study link between gait and Alzheimer's

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Nearly 1.5 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s - a diagnosis that is not only hard on the patient but devastating for the families.

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San Antonio has highest-temperature CO2 turbine in the world

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San Antonio's Southwest Research Institute has the highest-temperature CO2 turbine in the world.

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Student develops Internet-blocking technology for parents

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A graduate student at St. Mary's University invented a system for parents to control Internet browsing.

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SwRI engineers usng AI technique to hide objects

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Engineers at Southwest Research Institute are using a technique called adversarial learning that pits Artificial Intelligence against itself.

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Smart pill bottle helps regulate medication

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It’s a smart pill bottle that regulates how often a person’s medication is dispensed, and it’s called Patch.

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Transferring deep learning from driverless cars to cancer prognoses

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Scientists are transferring deep learning from driverless cars to cancer prognoses.

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