Virtual Dementia Tour offers sense of what the illness is like

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An innovative program at the UT Health School of Nursing enables caregivers to experience how it feels to have dementia.

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Three-way collaboration develops tech to warn wrong-way drivers

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A three-way collaboration is developing technologies to better warn wrong-way drivers, and will be in our vehicles in the next few years.

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UTSA conducts water study following Hurricane Harvey disaster

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UTSA is investigating the after-effects of Hurricane Harvey to see just how much toxic matter moved through Houston’s waterways

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New headset device reads brain waves in real time

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Learn about a device that reads brain waves in real time and enables the user to improve creativity, reduce stress and increase focus.

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SwRI study reveals Devils River relies heavily on Trinity-Edwards Aquifer

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The headwaters of the Devils River, one of the state’s last pristine rivers, moved 10 miles downstream since the 1960s.

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Hurricane forecasting tool can help save lives

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A new constellation of satellites was launched to provide new tools and technology to forecast hurricanes.

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New technology used to navigate indoor spaces

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a revolutionary new technology that uses the Earth's electromagnetic field to accurately navigate indoor spaces.

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UTSA researchers take close look at cell division in Alzheimer's patients

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UTSA researchers are trying to understand why brain cells, which cannot divide, try to do so when effected by Alzheimer’s.

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NASA releases flyby video of Pluto

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NASA has released a new flyby video of Pluto using data acquired from the New Horizons space probe.

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Hand-held medical device generates oxygen, treats chronic wounds

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A San Antonio company has developed a hand held device that speeds up the healing process for chronic wounds.

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Two UTSA students form start-up company to aid in masectomies

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Two UTSA graduate students collaborated to form a company that will allow women to regenerate nipples after a mastectomy.

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Solar House at UIW gives glimpse of future green homes

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The eco-friendly features of the Solar House may be a preview of our green homes of the future.

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S.A. leaders explore the future of technology

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Local leaders from business, government and tech gathered for a summit to explore the Internet of Things.

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S.A. tech company develops world's first holographic toy

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SciTech Now visits Merge VR to learn about the HoloCube and explore its virtual-reality and augmented-reality worlds.

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UTSA professors receive grant for water-purifying nanomaterial

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Go inside the lab where two University of Texas at San Antonio professors have created a light-activated nanomaterial.

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