In this week’s The Denominator, we look at SA’s public art, super-fast internet, campaign finance, the family separation crisis, and more.
The brain-computer interface technology identifies brain activity patterns associated with successful and stuttered speech through sensors placed on the head that feed the patterns to the computer in real-time.
This week the Rivard Report’s Brendan Gibbons broke the story that UTSA has been replaced by a private consulting firm in the city’s climate action effort.
Existing methods for detecting infection include examining body fluid samples to counting white blood cells or using test strips.
Researchers at UTSA are studying cybersecurity risks for a new generation of cars which will have driverless capabilities and internet connectivity.
KIPP’s graduating class sent out 1,936 college applications and received 779 acceptance letters to more than 100 schools.
Your guide to the weeklong celebration of cultural diversity marking the 300th anniversary of the establishment of Mission San Antonio de Valero.
On Wednesday, the university announced Kimberly Andrews Espy as UTSA’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs.
UTSA’s Steve Henson and a handful of past and present Spurs know how the roar of the Final Four crowd, and the magic of the moment, will electrify.
Research from UTSA suggests that the plaques that cause Alzheimer’s symptoms may be more complicated than previously believed.