byAlexa K. Haverlah
In an interview with Reporting Texas, Cesare Fracassi, director of the Blockchain Initiative and associate professor of finance at the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin, shed light on cryptocurrency and the blockchain.
Slack demand caused by the coronavirus crisis on top of excess production translates into a perfect storm for the global oil industry.
Jason McLellan works with the spike proteins that give the virus its shape and allow it to attach to receptors on human cells and begin to replicate.
Stephen Vladeck, a University of Texas at Austin law professor, explains Impeachment and its potential effect on Texas politics.
An expert at UT’s LBJ School says he supports the terrorist designation but doubts it will make a difference.
Professor who designed database that tracks satellites and assorted “space junk” discusses risks posed by space debris.
Zeynep Somer-Topcu, associate professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin, makes sense of Brexit.
With America’s thorny relationship with North Korea in limbo once again, Reporting Texas asked professor Robert Oppenheim, professor and Posco Chair in Korean Studies at the University of Texas, to shed light on the issues.