UTSW Researchers Develop Device that Keeps Brain Alive Independent of Body

by | Nov 20, 2023
The research could lead to new ways to study the human brain without influence from other bodily functions. Also, it could inform the design of machines for cardiopulmonary bypass that better replicate natural blood flow to the brain.
Discovery: UTD Team Studies How Brains Learn Faces, UTSW Examines Regulations’ Effect on Clinical Trials
by | Dec 13, 2019
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll also find out about how scientists at the University of North Texas Health Science Center are studying the benefits of older women with hypertension taking warm leg baths.
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Discovery: Film Explores Female TWU Researcher’s Trailblazing Space Studies; UNTHSC Prof Helps Lead Opioid Crisis Effort
by | Jul 19, 2019
You'll also find out how scientists at UTD and UT Southwestern hope to improve multiple sclerosis therapies with the help of 3D brain images in this roundup of research and development activities in North Texas.
Discovery: UTA Flies into Smart Agriculture/IoT Collaboration; How a Bubble Inspired UTD’s CO2, Humidity Sensor
by | Feb 8, 2019
You'll also find out about how UT Southwestern researchers are studying magnetic fields as an alternative treatment for patients with severe depression in this roundup of research and development activities in North Texas.

R&D: UTD Seeks Answers to Migraine Questions, UTA Gets Grant to Study Area’s Water Resources

by | Dec 13, 2018
Also, you'll learn about how Dallas-based scientists' genome sequencing work could lead to improvements in sugarcane crops in this roundup of research activity in North Texas.
R&D: UNTHSC Seeks to Give Stroke Victims More Time; UTSW Examines Heart Issues & Race
by | Nov 23, 2018
Researchers and scientists in laboratories across North Texas are conducting studies and developing new medical treatments to make lives better.
R&D: What are Effects of Cannabis & Nicotine Together? Could Hydrogels Become Artificial Muscle?
by | Sep 14, 2018
You'll also discover how scientists at the UNT Health Science Center turned an honored discovery in 1998 into another award and a possible Glaucoma treatment.
Lockheed Martin
Discovery: How Genes Might Repair a Damaged Heart & Can Compounds Keep Tired Pilots Alert?
by | May 25, 2018
Plus, researchers may have found a common link between four neurological conditions. Find out more in the weekly roundup of research and development in Dallas-Fort Worth.
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Discovery: Here’s Why You’re Thirsty After Drinking Alcohol; Boosting PTSD Treatment; Water Recycling Tech

by | Apr 19, 2018
Scientists and researchers across North Texas are making breakthroughs and discoveries every day. Here are some of the stories of how they better our world.
Discovery: Scientist Creating 3D Motion Microscope to Examine Heart, New Surface Redirects Water Faster Than Living Organisms
by | Apr 6, 2018
Let's take a closer look at some of the research taking place at laboratories and universities across North Texas. Here are some of the stories of how they better our world.
Discovery: Sleeping Sickness, Brain Trauma, Kidney Tumors
by | Jan 5, 2018
Discoveries and breakthroughs happen all the time in North Texas laboratories and institutions. Here are some of their stories.
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Discovery: Disrupting Breast Cancer, Mapping Human Cells & Long-lasting Bioimplants
by | Nov 24, 2017
Researchers across North Texas are making breakthroughs and discoveries in the laboratories. Here are some of their stories.

Neos Therapeutics Introduces 2nd ADHD Medication

by | Sep 8, 2017
The new drug is on sale in selected markets already, and will be available nationwide in October.
Abstract brain wave concept on blue background technology.
UNT Researchers Find Way to Protect Brain After Cardiac Arrest
by | Jun 6, 2017
The treatment could help victims of cardiac arrest avoid irreversible brain damage.
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Study Looks at Wrist Device to Diagnose Sleep Apnea
by | Apr 25, 2017
UT Southwestern institute is part of a national effort looking at ways to diagnose the disorder in patients recovering from traumatic brain injuries.
Humans Could Benefit from Songbird Brain Research
by | Mar 14, 2017
Songbirds are the best animal to use because they share many of humans’ stages of vocal development.