UTSA researches 3D injectable devices to deliver medical dosages

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Research is being done inside a University of Texas at San Antonio laboratory to use a 3D printer to develop injectable devices that deliver medications inside tumors.

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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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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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Researchers designing robots to keep work environments safe

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You’ve heard of robots, and even artificial intelligence, but have you heard of Co-bots?

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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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SWRI houses Pilot Plants used in energy innovations

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Future innovations in energy are created using pilot plants, which are the first generation of what can become full scale, industrial plants.

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UIW professor studies data reliability on climate change

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Dr. Gerald Mulvey of UIW uses multiple sources of data to survey the climate of the past and present.

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Local research team racing to find Ebola vaccine

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An Ebola outbreak in Africa has spread to a major metropolitan area, causing concern among scientists.

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UTSA neuron study can lead to breakthrough for brain injuries

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Researchers at The University of Texas at San Antonio are studying how neurons replicate themselves.

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New technology used to navigate indoor spaces

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A revolutionary technology uses the Earth's electromagnetic field to accurately navigate indoor spaces.

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Global parking app comes to San Antonio

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SCITECH NOW introduces you to Arriv.io, a company changing the parking game with a mobile app.

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