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Leaders emerge from the College of Sciences — in research and in education. Our programs impart the knowledge and skills required for success in competitive global marketplaces. We seek to inspire students of all ages and backgrounds to pursue research and applied sciences through traditional learning; collaborative, hands-on work; and outreach to pre-college aged students.

COS Research Newsletter

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Recent News

12/01/16 Dr. Charles Wilson received a $5.29 million grant from the NIH for brain health research

11/29/16 UTSA physics students conduct experiment 100,000 feet above the earth's surface

11/29/16 Dr. John Quarles receives grant for therapeutic underwater virtual reality game

11/15/16 Dr. Jianwei Niu and Dr. Xiaoyin Wang develop software to keep apps honest

11/11/16 UTSA signs agreement with Japan to collaborate on astronomy

11/07/16 Attention Researchers:
new Disclosure of Financial Interests form

09/27/16 Dr. Greg White and CIAS receive $3 million grant from DHS for cybersecurity training

09/19/16 Dr. Michael Doyle awarded a $527,275 NSF Major Research Instrumentation grant

08/25/16 Meet a Roadrunner: biology freshman Jacob Seiber

08/23/16 Dr. Stanton McHardy and CIDD awarded $4,598,728 CPRIT Core Facility Grant funding

08/13/16 Bryan Tobias awarded the Astronomical League’s Master Observer award

07/11/16 Dr. Mark Eppinger's study describes new strategies for investigating microbial outbreak

06/29/16 Meet a Roadrunner: postdoctoral neurobiology fellow Lamine Bouamrane

06/27/16 Dr. Matthew Gdovin's cancer research is featured in several publications
» Business Standard Article
» Medical Xpress Article
» ScienceDaily Article
» WorldHealth.net Article

06/20/16 Alzheimer’s with Mackenzie Rogers and George Perry, Ph.D. - radio interview [KSPD 790 AM Boise's Solid Talk]

06/08/16 Dr. Janakiram Seshu's research on Lyme disease featured in Time Warner Cable News video

06/06/16 UTSA receives $1.9 million grant to continue support of the MARC-U*STAR program

COS Stars

21 COS Faculty and Staff members were recognized
on December 11, 2015 for their commitment to excellence.

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