UTSA researchers are wielding the system’s staggering power for everything from wildfire simulations to modeling the spread of the pandemic.
UTSA and Port San Antonio officials agreed to a five-year partnership in hopes of creating a workforce pipeline for the future.
From streetlights that can sense air quality to stoplights that automatically adjust for traffic, streets are about to get “smarter.”
PAX South organizers announced PAX South will not take place in January 2021 and said they look forward to returning in 2022.
When the Air Force announced Port San Antonio was among six finalists to house the Space Command, it was the news the city’s leaders had been working toward.
UTSA formally launched the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII) Thursday during a virtual livestreamed event.
The germ-zapping robot from San Antonio robotics company Xenex made it’s television debut on Grey’s Anatomy Thursday, and will also be on the newest season of Chicago Med.
SPONSORED: Reliable measures of conscious connectedness are needed to prevent patients from regaining consciousness prematurely during surgery.
MOVE Texas and Irys launched a web-based app to help voters find shorter wait times at polling places around Bexar County.
The first day of early voting was marked by long lines around Bexar County. Now, a Facebook group is here to help voters find a shorter wait.
How San Antonio researchers played a key role in President Donald Trump’s experimental COVID-19 treatment
Before Regeneron’s experimental drug for combatting COVID-19 was given to President Trump, the medication was tested on animals in SA.
Over the last few years, San Antonio has seen in increase in the number of cybersecurity programs going online.
While the City and its partners work toward a long-term digital divide solution, several initiatives strive to get all San Antonians online.