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UT faculty and graduate students are frequently featured on The Conversation, highlighting research, scholarship, and creative activity across all 11 colleges and the UT Space Institute.
The following faculty were featured on The Conversation in May 2021:
- Andrew Muhammad, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
What American farmers could gain by rejoining the Asia-Pacific trade deal that Trump spurned
- R. Alexander Bentley, Department of Anthropology
How to use statistics to prepare for the next pandemic
- Constance B. Bailey, Department of Chemistry
Oil companies are going all-in on petrochemicals – and green chemistry needs help to compete
- Aly Fathy, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Fast computers, 5G networks and radar that passes through walls are bringing ‘X-ray vision’ closer to reality
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