12/10/2011 -AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN | By Lori Hawkins, Kirk Ladendorf
Austin's supply crunch for software developers was bad enough by September to prompt 25 Central Texas tech executives to fly to California in search of new talent.Read more
11/18/2011 -AUSTIN, Texas — As part of its research efforts to help create safer and faster computing, the Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin has partnered with Read more
The University of Texas at Austin will work with an availability services provider to form a Cloud Computing Research Center on their campus in order to research issues with the cloud and develop solutions to those problems.Read more
11/10/2011 - AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN | Barry Harrell
The University of Texas and a Pennsylvania technology company have agreed to be partners on a cloud computing research center on UT's campus.Read more
11/10/2011 -Austin, Texas. – Cloud computing, where all of our photos, emails, and data are stored in a distributed “cloud,” is the future. To improve emerging cloud-based technologies, a new center for cloud computing research was recently created in the Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin in a partnership with SunGard Availability Services. Read more
09/30/2011 -The Daily Texan | Allie Kolechta
Biology senior Jeevitha Patil has conducted award-winning research on what happens to fluids — specifically grapefruit juice — after it travels through the body.
She has also studied cancer and epilepsy off-campus.Read more
09/22/2011 -CNN | Joshua Rubin | September 22, 2011 -- Updated 2049 GMT (0449 HKT)
Austin, Texas (CNN) -- Maybe everything really is bigger in Texas.
The Lonestars, a series of blazingly fast supercomputers, put the Texas Advanced Computing Center on the map in 2003. Then came the Ranger system, which was more than 100 times more powerful than the first Lonestar computers.Read more
09/21/2011 -Two UTCS teams made it to the final round of Yahoo!'s Open Hack All Stars event in New York City. The All Stars event was made up of winning teams from Yahoo! Open Hack and HackU events from around the world. A total of 40 hackers competed in this first ever event. Teams were competing for a $10,000 prize and the opportunity to present their hack to VCs, CEOs, and other Yahoo! senior executives and partners.Read more