FYI

August 1st, 2019

Open Science Framework

The Office of Research is proud to announce the broad availability of OSF.io. The Open Science Framework is a platform to publicly share, host, and maintain your research artifacts. This includes but is not limited to lab documentation, research preregistration, publications, data sets, workflows, and data management plans. OSF also enables you and your team …read more

July 30th, 2019

Intellectual Property

The development, ownership, management, use, and marketing of intellectual property developed at the University are governed by The Intellectual Property Policy of The University of Texas System. The policy may be found at the following site: UT System Intellectual Property UTD Intellectual Property Policy ( PM-36.doc) Intellectual property is any invention, creation, discovery, scientific or …read more

July 30th, 2019

Cost of Research

The University expects external sponsors to pay the actual costs of conducting the sponsored project. These costs include both the direct and the indirect (also know as facilities and administrative) cost obligations incurred by the University in the conduct of a project. The direct costs, that is, those costs that are clearly identified with and …read more

June 10th, 2019

Register for the UTD Microscopy Workshop

The Office of Research is excited to announce that registration for UTD Microscopy Workshop Summer 2019 is now open. The workshop will cover the basics of microscopy and image processing. We will spend some time exploring various tissue clearing, 3D data processing and large volume data set handling as the theme of the microscopy workshop …read more

January 14th, 2019

Patents: An Introduction and Exploration

Introduction Patent law has always been fascinating to me. As I have advanced in my educational career at UT Dallas, from a biology undergraduate to my current status as a biotechnology graduate student, my interest in intellectual property has only grown. The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC), the primary department responsible for regulating the university’s …read more

May 1st, 2018

New Profile Tool

The Office of Research is pleased to announce Profiles, a new faculty profiling tool. Profiles provides new options for updating and maintaining university-wide content. Data feeds are now available for school and university websites. Providing external visibility and access to leading research experts, this platform promotes knowledge sharing and networking among leading academic experts, industry, and …read more

April 26th, 2018

Q&A: Meet IP Leading Lady Dr. Shalini Prasad

World Intellectual Property Day (April 26th) celebrates the importance of contributions in technology and culture while promoting the significance of intellectual property (IP) rights. These rights help foster future innovation, stimulate the economy, and enrich our quality of life. This year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) applauds women leaders and inventors whose global contributions …read more

February 8th, 2018

Callisto: Your Evaluative HPC Resource

The Office of Research (OR) is proud to announce the upcoming broad availability of Callisto. This 640 core High Performance Cluster (HPC) – made possible as part of university restructuring – is now available as a research resource for evaluating methods, technologies, and processes to enhance funding submittals. OR is actively working with the Office …read more

February 6th, 2018

Disclosing Your Invention to OTC

Do you perform research? Have you ever wondered what to do when you make a novel discovery? While your instinct may be to publish such findings quickly, there are oftentimes when a different perspective on invention management could yield greater scientific impact and mitigate potential risks. To this end, the Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) …read more

February 2nd, 2018

Data Management Plans and Tools

Sponsors are looking for a thoughtful data management plan in which data will be properly obtained, analyzed, reported, and published. Most funding agencies now require a Data Management Plan (DMP), but almost any research project would benefit from having one in place prior to collecting a single data point. A complete DMP outlines the processes, …read more