College of Natural Sciences

Power of DNA to Store Information Gets an Upgrade

A team of interdisciplinary researchers has discovered a new technique to store information in DNA – in this case "The Wizard of Oz," translated into Esperanto – with unprecedented accuracy and efficiency.

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Cockrell School of Engineering

A Computer Inspired by the Brain: 5 Questions with Jean Anne Incorvia

Jean Anne Incorvia literally works at the interface between software and hardware. She is a physicist, materials scientist and electrical engineer simultaneously. An assistant professor in the Cockrell School’s …

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Office of the Vice President for Research

CSEM Graduate Wins Best Student Paper at PEARC 2020

Zachary Tschirhart, a recent graduate from the Oden Institute’s Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM) Masters program, has been awarded Best Student Paper at the Practice and Experience in …

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