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RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Roper technology aims to dramatically improve efficiency of herd management

Dr. Elizabeth Benavides is working with startup Reap to develop Roper, a precision herd management technology that uses solar-powered ear tags with GPS to track livestock. The technology also allows for remote monitoring of the tagged animals' health.

ALUMNI IMPACT

Texas State makes lunar landing documentary, oral histories available for Apollo 11 anniversary

INSIDE TXST

Video: Build Learn Advance Program comes to a close at Texas State 

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Crowdfunding has become important to Texas classroom teachers

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Reducing the Carbon Footprint in Concrete Construction

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 

Master's student receives grant for Respiratory Care research

CAMPUS COMMUNITY

Trio elected to Texas Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education leadership

Adolescents using multiple sources for prescription drugs at high risk for substance use disorders

Medicine News line | July 18, 2019

Dr. Ty Schepis discusses the need of intervention in adolescents abusing prescription drugs to address their substance use, as well as any other medical and mental health issues. 

Texas State's Forensic Center stays busy identifying bodies for law enforcement

CBS Austin | July 15, 2019

Dr. Daniel Wescott, director of Texas State's Forensic Anthropology Center, is helping the Seguin Police Department determine the identity of a skeleton that was found last week in a house.

‘Confirmation Bias’ Called a Key Reason for Wrongful Convictions

The Crime Report | July 16, 2019

Dr. Kim Rossmo and Dr. Joycelyn Pollock's research on wrongful conviction cases show confirmation bias played a central role in nearly all cases examined and suggests specialized training may help mitigate influence from said biasses.




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