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Clockwise from upper left: John Ficken, Ali Wajahat, Sanjiv Yajnik, Valerie Jarrett, Amanda Cage, Marissa Horne, Alan Cohen, Evan Frazier, Vu Le, Emary Aronson, and Chastity Lord. [Photos via Capital One]

Reimagine Communities: Changemakers Explore ‘Where Do We Go From Here’

by | Oct 13, 2021
Experts and leaders candidly discussed the future of work, why resilience is (almost) everything, and how to be a strong leader by first being honest with yourself at Capital One's sixth annual summit.

Plus, learn how nonprofits can use data and analytics to drive impact. Capital One releases the first study from its just-launched insights center.

Here's the takeaway.
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Telemedicine Could Be the Solution to Overcrowding and Congestion in the ER, a New UTD Study Says
by | Dec 3, 2020
A new study from The University of Texas at Dallas found that telemedicine could improve the delivery of care, shortage of capacity, and patient flow in an emergency room setting. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the researchers see now as the time to take an in-depth look.
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STUDY: If You’re Obese, Being Young May Not Protect You From COVID-19, UTSW Researchers Find
by | Nov 17, 2020
People under age 50 are "more likely to be hospitalized, need a ventilator, and die from COVID-19 if they're severely obese," a new study says.
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Report: New JLL Snapshot Study Examines How South Dallas Evolved Into a Food Desert

by | Jun 25, 2020
A public-private partnership could help seed the area for future social change by providing more healthy food options, JLL says. By reducing costs to the community, that could stretch residents' dollars, too.
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Study Says: Dallas Biotech’s Antimicrobial Coating Linked with Health Care-Associated Infection Reduction
by | May 4, 2020
Last month, Allied BioScience received capital from Lydia Partners to scale its operations and meet a surging demand.
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Study: Bottle Rocket Finds Quick Service Restaurants Remain In Demand
by | Apr 27, 2020
Among other findings researched following the COVID-19 outbreak, the Addison-headquartered company found that more than a third of customers will rely heavily on quick service restaurants in the coming weeks.
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Will That Antidepressant Help? UT Southwestern Scientists Create AI Computer to Predict What Works
by | Feb 13, 2020
Up to two-thirds of depression patients do not respond to their first treatment. That's why UTSW researchers are working to eliminate antidepressant trial and error based on a patient’s brain activity.
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Discovery: UTSW Scientists Use AI to Improve Radiation Therapy, UTD Prof Gets $2.7M in Grants for Protein Research

by | Jan 31, 2020
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you'll also find out about DART receiving a federal grant to help in the fight against human trafficking.
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Dallas is No. 3 Among Global Data Center Markets, C&W Study Says
by | Jan 21, 2020
Cushman & Wakefield evaluated 1,162 data centers across 38 global markets in its just-released Data Center Market Comparison.
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Discovery: UTD Device Improves Stroke Recovery, UTSW Team Tackles Kidney Cancer
by | Jan 17, 2020
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you'll also find out about how a professor at UNT is developing a wireless, wearable fitness tracker that won't need to be charged.
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Discovery: UNTHSC Grad Joins ‘Disease Detectives,’ UTSW Studies Plant-Rich Diet’s Effect on Pathogen
by | Jan 3, 2020
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll also find out about how a pipeline expert from UTA is using a robot to evaluate the life expectancy of Waxahachie’s sewer lines.
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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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We Compute: Dallas-Fort Worth’s Data Center Market Shows No Sign of Slowing Down
by | Nov 19, 2019
The wholesale colocation market in the region is as competitive as its ever been, ranking among the nation’s top three data center markets.
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Discovery: UTSW’s Hi-Res Microscope Produces Better Images; UNT Prof Finds Polluted Air Can Cause Weight Gain
by | Nov 8, 2019
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you'll also find out about a UTA researcher's extensive study that shows no link between violent video games and acts of violence.
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Discovery: UTSW Teams Up on Cystic Fibrosis Breakthrough; TCU Prof’s Book Examines Birth Control’s Effects on Women
by | Nov 1, 2019
Also in this weekly roundup of research and development news, you’ll find out how $500,000 in grants is helping a UTA research team study bridges’ effects on stream ecology and safety during floods.
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