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Advancing Cancer Detection, Combating Toxic Algae in Water Resources
Advancing Cancer Detection, Combating Toxic Algae in Water Resources

Friday, November 21, 2014

Yuan and Choi received two highly competitive Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program awards from the texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Doctoral Student Mirza Wins ASME EPPD Award
Doctoral Student Mirza Wins ASME EPPD Award

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Fahad Mirza, a mechanical engineering doctoral student, is the 2014 recipient of ASME’s Electronics and Photonics Packaging Division (EPPD) “Student Member of the Year Award.”

CSE's Wright Wins NSF Grant to Bolster Online Privacy
CSE's Wright Wins NSF Grant to Bolster Online Privacy

Monday, November 10, 2014

Computer Science Associate Professor Matt Wright is studying smarter route selection and adaptive cover traffic as ways of protecting computer privacy. 

Research Uses Artificial Lymph Nodes to Attract Prostate Cancer Cells
Research Uses Artificial Lymph Nodes to Attract Prostate Cancer Cells

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Liping Tang, bioengineering professor and interim chair of the Bioengineering Department, has received a $533,650 U.S. Army grant to build the lymph nodes that attract the cancer cells. [CBS 11 News Report]

Alumnus Earns Lex Frieden Employment Award
Alumnus Earns Lex Frieden Employment Award

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

William Hernandez (BSME '96) has been honored with the Lex Frieden Employment Award by the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities.

CSE Students Win Challenge for Real-Time Traffic App
CSE Students Win Challenge for Real-Time Traffic App

Monday, October 27, 2014

Three Computer Science and Engineering students have won a $10,000 prize in the NTx Apps Challenge for a smart traffic light network that adjusts traffic light schedules to make traffic flow more efficient.

Device Could Detect Vapors in Room, Environment, or a Person's Breath
Device Could Detect Vapors in Room, Environment, or a Person's Breath

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

EE assistant professor Alice Sun earned an NF grant to build a handheld device that could analyze a person’s breath to reveal whether certain dangerous gases are present that need more immediate medical attention. 

Seo Uses Varied Tools to Predict Urban Water Issues
Seo Uses Varied Tools to Predict Urban Water Issues

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

DJ Seo has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to improve sustainability of large urban areas from extreme weather, urbanization and climate change.

UTA Launches National Academy of Inventors Chapter
UTA Launches National Academy of Inventors Chapter

Friday, October 17, 2014

UTA's eight National Academy of Inventors Fellows, including four Charter Fellows, have launched a local chapter.

Research Will Predict Fatigue in Aircraft Parts at Micro, Nanoscale
Research Will Predict Fatigue in Aircraft Parts at Micro, Nanoscale

Friday, October 17, 2014

Engineering professors have received an Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant to examine the material surface at the micro- and nano-scale level that will provide clues for predicting fatigue in aircraft parts. 

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