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Two University researchers created a windmill that can charge your cellphone battery—and it's smaller than a grain of rice.  Read more >
Drones have made headlines recently, raising concerns about public safety and privacy. As part of a new national initiative, UTA is addressing those issues while working to make these vehicles fit for the friendly skies.  Read more >
The emerging field of computational modeling provides researchers the tools they need to mine, curate, and process vast amounts of electronic data. The insights they are uncovering have the potential to shape every aspect of our lives.  Read more >
Whether you’re in the Arctic, the Amazon, or the Caribbean Sea, the effects of global climate change are clear. But how are those changes impacting the life-forms that call these places home?  Read more >
 

Highlights and Insights

 
 
Making Communities Livable

Making Communities Livable

Investigators studying whether alternative transportation options can create better, more habitable communities

Education 2.0

Education 2.0

Research lab to examine online learning, the changes it requires, and the challenges it brings

Baseball's Steroid Economy

Baseball's Steroid Economy

Historian contends that business, not morality, is to blame for the use of performance-enhancing drugs among athletes

A Natural Solution to the Unnatural

A Natural Solution to the Unnatural

UT Arlington team explores ways to turn back pollution's effects

Putting the Pieces Together

Putting the Pieces Together

Chemist using National Science Foundation grant to examine the relationship between small molecules and metal ions

The Value of F's

The Value of F's

Oft-overlooked class of stars may have potential to sustain life

 
 

 
 

Faculty Focus

 
 
Innovation by the Numbers

Innovation by the Numbers

Multidisciplinary, multiuniversity team aims to uncover the science behind group creativity and innovation

Keeping Languages Alive

Keeping Languages Alive

Preserving Native American dialects is the goal of UTA linguist Colleen Fitzgerald's wide-ranging research

Wiping Out Malaria

Wiping Out Malaria

Researcher challenges leading argument about mosquito-borne illness, boosts hope that malaria can be eliminated

 
 

 
 

Student Spotlight

 
 
All the World’s a Stage

All the World’s a Stage

Playwriting allows children the opportunity to tell their own stories while developing narrative-writing skills

Park Power

Park Power

New landscape architecture case studies link values to public amenities

Under the (Texting) Influence

Under the (Texting) Influence

A team of UT Arlington undergraduates designed a mobile application that discourages texting while driving

 
 

 
 

Outreach and Impact

 
 
The Scale Says Green

The Scale Says Green

Researcher finds that offering employees financial incentives to encourage weight loss can yield successful results

The Bully Behind the Screen

The Bully Behind the Screen

Cyberbullying via online social networks is becoming a bigger issue on college campuses

Diversity in the Checkout Lane

Diversity in the Checkout Lane

Study shows that businesses with employees who reflect the ethnic makeup of the community could produce more loyal customers

 
 

 
 

Briefly Noted

 
 
Light Show

Light Show

Professor uses high-tech chips to direct light at the nanoscale

Not Just a Game

Not Just a Game

Sports in America reflect some of our greatest national values—and our greatest shortcomings.

A Look Ahead

A Look Ahead

We've only just begun to tap the potential of batteries

Awards

Awards

See our most recent inventors, writers, architects, historians, and national winners.

Grants

Grants

These grants and gifts cover everything from angioplasty to soil erosion

Press

Press

Faculty research is gaining attention in national and international publications

 
 
 
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