Cutting edge research into brain activity patterns that affect stuttering could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people including Alzheimer’s patients. We go to the University of Texas at San Antonio cognitive neuroscience lab for a firsthand look at this research in action.
In this episode of SciTech Now, studying brain patterns; the third space tourist; relationship between local plants and climate change; and the latest medical techniques to rescuing injured turtles.
According to a 2018 annual report released by the Alzheimer’s Association, there are currently 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. As this number is projected to increase in the next decades, researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio have come up with a unique approach to studying the disease in hopes of […]
New research at the University of Texas at San Antonio is helping to predict clouds and weather patterns that affect solar grids.
3D printers have become very popular for home and industrial use, but can you imagine them printing human organs? This leap in medical technology may not be far off, thanks to biomedical engineers at the University of Texas at San Antonio.