Synthetic humans used at UTSA to stimulate real-life surgeries

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Pre- med UTSA students are working with synthetic humans called SynDavers as part of an anatomy class.

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Historic Power Plant to become home of New Energy Innovation Center

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CPS Energy’s New Energy Economy partners, OCI Solar Power, Silver Spring Networks, and Landis + Gyr have joined forces.

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Galactic partnership between UTSA, Alamo Colleges and high school students explores starry universe

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Local high school students, Alamo Colleges and UTSA students are working to uncover galactic mysteries.

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San Antonio group is empowering women through coding

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In this episode of SciTech Now, we introduce you to Women Learning to Code, a group of women who meet monthly to discuss the language of coding.

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SwRI developing smart technology to detect methane leaks

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SwRI is working on the creation of a new smart-system using algorithms to detect methane leaks.

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UTSA researchers developing human medical microchips

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A UTSA lab using 3D printers to print out a microchip used for cancer, birth control, and other long-term medicinal needs.

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Scobee Planetarium revamped with new technology

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What was once the scene of a nostalgic childhood time hop has now become the ultra-hip Friday night-out.

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UTSA Human Performance Lab helps athletes reach peak performance

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The Human Performance Lab located at the University of Texas at San Antonio is researching human movement, athleticism and performance.

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Medical records stored by new city-wide data management system

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Local hospital’s partnership with HASA is changing the game of medical treatment.

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Nostalgia hits San Antonio with a new architectural exhibit

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Exhibit created by UTSA Assistant Professor of Architecture Dr. Antonio Petrov and his students provokes nostalgia.

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Scobee Education Center aims to honor Challenger crew

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Go inside the Scobee Education Center, home to Scobee Planetarium, Challenger Learning Center and rooftop observatory.

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Texas A&M conducts survey on Aedes aegypti mosquito

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Professor and students surveyed the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which can transmit numerous viruses like Zika.

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Cyber Threat Defender game used in classrooms to teach cyber safety

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McNair Middle School is teaching their students cyber-safety skills with the help of a deck card game called Cyber Threat Defender.

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New “Osteo Corps” comic introduces kids to STEM and medicine

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Osteo Corps is a comic book with a goal to eliminate the fear behind injury and disease.

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Technology produces water right out of the air

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Generator produces over 900 gallons of fresh water a day from the atmosphere.

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