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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Alamo Heights students building rocket ship to soar 100,000 feet

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A team of high school students at Alamo Heights High School is building a rocket, and will soon head to a top-secret base to fire it.

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New tech lets special needs children interact with video and games

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Thanks to a partnership between Morgan’s Wonderland and Microsoft, special needs children have a chance to interact with video and educational games.

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St. Mary’s University students create solar power vehicle to aid in disasters

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A group of St. Mary’s University seniors have come up with a novel solution that not only provides power, but harnesses the sun to do it.

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Former Spurs player creates ball pressure sports device

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Ever since Deflategate with the New England Patriots, new attention has been focused on the pressure of balls used in professional and even amateur sports.

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St. Mary’s University students put new spin on drones

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Three St. Mary’s University engineering students took a traditional product and turned it upside down, creating a whole new use for flying drones.

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AI technology used for more accurate cancer prognosis

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Is artificial intelligence the answer to better predicting how well cancer patients will do after chemo?

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St. Mary's University students invent 3D piano bar

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SciTech Now visits a group of St. Mary’s University students who invented a 3D add-on piano bar.

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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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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 as well.

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Drones and cameras used to detect dangerous methane gas leaks

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Exciting technology at the Southwest Research Institute uses drone technology along with infra-red cameras.

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UTSA researchers study lifestyle influences on mental acuity

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One in three adults over the age of 85 suffer from dementia or cognitive decline.

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SAC researchers changing agriculture with hydroponics and robotics

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Plants can grow and thrive in nature, where there’s lots of space. But what if you’re limited on space, and still need to grow plants?

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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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Southwest Research studies the moon Titan

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SciTech Now visits scientists at Southwest Research Institute, who are making a career of studying Titan -- the largest moon of Saturn.

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