Water Woes: IDR Team Tackles Compounds of Emerging Concern

By Nadia M. Whitehead

UTEP News Service

Everyday actions like washing your laundry, brushing your teeth and cleansing your hands with antibacterial sanitizer are all linked to endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs).

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Student to Research Gravitational Waves at CalTech

By Andrea Acosta

Senior electrical engineering major Juan Castillo has been selected to be an undergraduate research assistant at the California Institute of Technology’s (Caltech) Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) this summer.

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Hard Work, Passion Propel ‘Underdog’ Trio to Venture Victory

A trio of UTEP students at different points in their academic journeys decided six months ago to create a business, where a new technology would recycle water in an affordable, environmentally-friendly way. They have refined their business plan and earned praise for their poise and passion in several competitive presentations.

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Students Among First to Benefit from New Graduate Fellowship Incentive Program

By Nadia M. Whitehead

UTEP News Service

Alla Dove will complete her graduate degree at The University of Texas at El Paso without spending a single penny.

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Student Researchers Learn to Connect with General Public

By Alejandra Gonzalez

Affordable prosthetic hands. Converting poor resolution images into high-resolution images. The cure for HIV. Are these possible? According to students from the Campus Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives (COURI), they are. Science and technology are constantly evolving and we are getting closer to finding answers to things we never thought possible.

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Interdisciplinary Research Grows on Campus

By Lisa Y. Garibay

UTEP News Service

More than 50 UTEP professors gathered to exchange ideas, report on research, and question the ins and outs of working with academic peers outside of their fields during the first-ever Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) Symposium held on campus April 18-19.

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Geophysicists Take Advantage of ASARCO and City Hall Demolitions

By Nadia M. Whitehead

UTEP News Service

Geophysicists from The University of Texas at El Paso will use this weekend’s explosions to demolish ASARCO and City Hall to their advantage.

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UTEP Gaining Visibility in Next-Generation Space Research

By Nadia M. Whitehead

UTEP News Service

This week, members of The University of Texas at El Paso’s Center for Space Exploration Technology Research (cSETR) are attending the 29th National Space Symposium, a premier gathering of the global space-research community.

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