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From the "Eyes on Innovation" series

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Eyes on innovation

Are you using a personal electronic device? You can thank UT professor John Goodenough, who created the lithium-ion battery, for powering it. Do you know someone who lives with diabetes? UT professor Adam Heller invented a less painful way to check glucose levels. But the innovation doesn't stop there.

» Check out five creations that started with Longhorns and are changing the world

Summer 2014 OTC Tech News Brief

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Research initiatives

UT Austin joins $17 million national initiative to combat traumatic brain injury

The Department of Defense has awarded funds to support advances in traumatic brain injury research.

» Read more about the initiative

Funding

Interested in federal funding for your discoveries?

Learn how to compete for funding to commercialize your technological innovations at the SBIR/STTR Fall Conference, November 11 through 13.

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Research news

Ninety percent of all road vehicles could be eliminated through the use of new technologies

From a new study on Austin traffic, UT researchers have determined that combining two particular technologies could contribute to improvements in air quality, parking, and traffic.

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