How Students are Helping Power the Region

Texas has long been the country’s capital for oil and gas. However, the state is experiencing a different kind of energy boom that has nothing to do with oil… read more >

A Path Toward Superfast Computing

Some might recall episodes of Star Trek that feature the use of “replicators,” which can create almost anything (even fried catfish), seemingly out of thin air, with the touch of a button… read more >

The Plant-Based Opioid Alternative that Could Save Hundreds of Lives

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 130 Americans die every day from opioid overdose. Researchers and graduate students at Texas Woman’s University (TWU), however, may have found a plant-based alternative that could result in saving hundreds of lives… read more >

UTD Venture Development Center

Shared workspaces — WeWork, Common Desk, Serendipity Labs, etc. — have become de rigueur in the modern economy… read more >

Kinesiology Team Tackles Space Pain

Turns out, space travel can be a real pain. In the lower back, more specifically… read more >

This information is part of the 2020 Higher Education Review Magazine, presented by Thomson Reuters.