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Computer Scientist Developing Model to Help Data Center Service Providers
Computer Scientist Developing Model to Help Data Center Service Providers

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hao Che earns three-year, $799,950 NSF grant to develop a model for service providers to guarantee service-level objectives without unneeded resources.

TxDOT and UTA Aim to Reduce Pavement Cracking, Slope Stabilization
TxDOT and UTA Aim to Reduce Pavement Cracking, Slope Stabilization

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Civil engineering has received a $1.2 million TxDOT contract to improve sub-base repair of roads that would reduce pavement cracking and thus improve pavement maintenance.

MSE's Hao Using Nanoseeds to Battle Inoperable Tumors From Inside Out
MSE's Hao Using Nanoseeds to Battle Inoperable Tumors From Inside Out

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Yaowu Hao has earned a $477,000 R15 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop radiotherapeutic nanoseeds that will work from inside inoperable solid tumors and cause less damage to healthy cells.

Bioengineer Earns Inaugural Embracing Challenge Award from Materials Today
Bioengineer Earns Inaugural Embracing Challenge Award from Materials Today

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Kytai Nguyen, a professor of bioengineering, wins award recognizing materials science and engineering researchers who overcome difficult circumstances to pursue career and are bringing new knowledge to the field.

BE Researchers to Develop New Method, Device to Automatically Control BP
BE Researchers to Develop New Method, Device to Automatically Control BP

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

UTA bioengineers are developing a new method and device for controlling blood pressure levels in cardiac care environments that use targeted electrical stimulation rather than drugs.

IMSE's Componation Earns NSF Grant to Sponsor Manufacturing Workshop
IMSE's Componation Earns NSF Grant to Sponsor Manufacturing Workshop

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Paul Componation has received an NSF grant to sponsor a workshop focused on developing research opportunities in advanced manufacturing for undergraduate students interested in a career in the aerospace industry.

Two Grants to Fund UTA Design, Installation of Fiber-reinforced Pipes
Two Grants to Fund UTA Design, Installation of Fiber-reinforced Pipes

Friday, September 9, 2016

UTA researchers have earned two grants that will install longer-lasting, sturdier fiber-reinforced concrete pipes developed in UTA labs in actual highway projects in Texas and develop the 100-year service life protocol testing criteria for built pipes for Florida.

Liu's Papers Find Proven Concept of Using Light to Possibly Treat PTSD
Liu's Papers Find Proven Concept of Using Light to Possibly Treat PTSD

Thursday, September 8, 2016

A team led by BE's Hanli Liu has published groundbreaking research in Nature’s Scientific Reports that could result in an effective, long-term treatment for brain disorders.

Yum Working to Develop Bioinks for use in 3D Printing of Tissues, Organs
Yum Working to Develop Bioinks for use in 3D Printing of Tissues, Organs

Monday, August 29, 2016

Kyungsuk Yum has earned a grant from the National Science Foundation to develop nanocomposite hydrogel bioinks that could be used to 3D print human tissue and organs.

Students Earn Several Achievements Over Summer
Students Earn Several Achievements Over Summer

Monday, August 29, 2016

While many engineering students spent their summers working, in summer school, or enjoying a much-needed break, several distinguished themselves by winning prestigious awards and competitions

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