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1. College welcomes 17 new faculty members for 2016-17

2. UTA study finds abnormalities in drinking water in Eagle Ford Shale region

3. Dias developing new class of catalysts to transform cheap hydrocarbons into molecules for important industrial uses

4. UTA receives $300K in support from NSF to improve curricula for future high school mathematics teachers

5. UTA study indicates air contamination near fracking sites result of mechanical inefficiencies, not extraction process

6. De receives $1 million DOE grant to improve Titan supercomputer software for extreme scale applications

7. Perrotti receives $413K NIH grant to study how different hormone levels affect female vulnerability to addiction

8. UTA researchers leading project to develop new device to deliver photo-induced cancer therapy to patients

9. Armstrong devises cheaper, faster, more accurate method to quantify water content in solid pharmaceutical drugs

10. Dasgupta team devises new way to measure blood samples used in screening for metabolic disorders, infant HIV

11. Jin and UT Southwestern partnering to improve accuracy of cancer radiation therapy delivery

12. Four UTA professors named finalists for Tech Titan Awards

13. Gagne research finds low attention control in early adolescence is genetic risk factor for anxiety disorders

14. Kribs, Griffith receive 2016 UT Regents' Teaching Awards

15. Researchers find strangers reach mutual understanding through talking, not from non-verbal communication

16. COS, departments present student awards, scholarships

17. College of Science announces 2015-16 Dean's List

18. CPRIT grant helps UTA recruit prominent young biology researcher, expand its focus on health science research

19. Passy research shows that environmental favorability and stress tolerance drives disparity in species in freshwaters

20. UTA physicists preparing Titan supercomputer to process data from collisions generated by Large Hadron Collider

21. College of Science honors faculty and staff for excellence

22. Cuntz, Gurdemir use Planetarium at UTA's advanced software to accurately date 2,500-year-old lyric poem

23. UT System approves design for UTA's next-generation Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building

24. UTA scientists study global warming events from distant past to gain insight into present day climate change

25. UTA research reveals groundwater quality changes with expansion of hydraulic fracturing, horizontal drilling


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