The collaborative aims to highlight and build upon the already “world class” research that has been going on in the city for decades, but has been largely uncelebrated.
Commentary: What lies ahead in the realm of the city’s growing medical and biosciences sector holds great promise.
Leaders of San Antonio’s medical, academic, and research sectors will discuss how the institutions’ combined bioscience research might impact the city.
The Innovation and Technology Committee was briefed Monday by Chief Innovation Officer Brian Dillard on autonomous vehicles coming to San Antonio.
City Council’s Innovation and Technology Committee will test autonomous vehicles on Monday as the City contemplates self-driving shuttles in Brooks.
Southwest Research Institute President and CEO Adam Hamilton will lead the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce board on an interim basis.
The algorithm, which now is publicly available, has looked at more than 4,200 stars and assessed their likelihood of hosting planets.
Research conducted at UTSA could help nuclear plants avoid the kind of catastrophic chain of events that caused the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
How I stumbled on the story of one of San Antonio’s most influential sons of wealth and his multiple expeditions for Nessies, yetis, and other mythical creatures.
Nicknamed Ultima Thule, the snowman-shaped figure is about 4.5 billion years old and is the most distant object ever explored.