UT researchers have created an electrode that can be used to rehabilitate stroke patients at home, according to a study published in Biosensors and Bioelectronics. Austin American-Statesman, November 10, 2022

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, co-led by Texas BME's Huiliang (Evan) Wang, have developed an electroencefalography (EEG) electrode that patients wear on their head to monitor  activity. The EEG electrodes system could act as a brain-computer interface (BCI), which can be controlled by  to help repair damage to the brain caused by strokes and other disorders. Medical Xpress, October 12, 2022. 

Texas BME's Ed Castillo and Stephen Yi are the latest cancer researchers to receive funding from an Oden Institute, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Texas Advanced Computing Center collaboration to apply mathematical modeling to forecast better treatments for lung & colorectal cancers. Mirage, October 13, 2022. 

An interview with Fabiola Reyes, B.S. 2007, Scottish Rite for Children, September 28, 2022. 

BioBQ, co-founded by Associate Professor Janet Zoldan, is making BBQ with the cattle. Bloomberg, September 2, 2022.

Associate Professor Jeanne Stachowiak is one of the leaders on a project that received $1.5 million from the National Science Foundation to further development of synthetic cells. Austin American Statesman, September 22, 2022. 

BioBQ, a startup co-founded by Associate Professor Janet Zoldan, has made Bloomberg's list of 50 Startups to Watch. CultureMap Austin, September 13, 2022. 

BioBQ has been working to bring its brisket to the market, which is made from cultured cells instead of slaughtered animals. KVUE, September 21, 2022. 

A $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will fund the formation of a team of UT researchers to further the development of synthetic cells. Cellular membrane expert Jeanne Stachowiak is a leader on the project. The Daily Texan, September 2022.

UT researchers, led by Nanshu Lu, helped to develop a method to see through the eyes of a fiddler crab, a creature that has a unique and clear panoramic visual field, by creating a new type of camera. The Daily Texan, August, 2022.