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By studying the genomes of such diverse creatures as pigeons, pythons, and beetles, UT Arlington biologists are uncovering insights about what makes us human.  Read more >
Does an overlooked class of stars have the potential to host life? How can we prevent solar weather from wreaking havoc on Earth? Do exomoons really exist? These are just a few of the questions UTA physicists are asking as they attempt to uncover the secrets of the universe.  Read more >
Renowned researcher brings economics expertise, business acumen to UT Arlington.  Read more >
From diagnosing depression in teenagers to treating PTSD in student veterans, UT Arlington researchers are tackling psychiatric issues among young adults.  Read more >
 

Highlights and Insights

 
 
Engines of Progress

Engines of Progress

UT Arlington receives Walmart grant to build small motors assembly system, help strengthen U.S. manufacturing

Coral Reef Resiliency

Coral Reef Resiliency

UT Arlington biologists look to the past to predict the future of coral reef survival

Rule-Breakers Beware

Rule-Breakers Beware

New test for performance-enhancing drugs up to 1,000 times more sensitive than current methods

Newspapers: It’s (Still)  a Man’s World

Newspapers: It’s (Still) a Man’s World

Study shows lack of women writers in nation's most widely read opinion pages

High Power on the Go

High Power on the Go

Engineer harnessing high-power source to fuel everything from cellphones to military ships

Training Virtually

Training Virtually

Video connection lets UT Arlington nursing professors improve emergency medicine

 
 

 
 

Faculty Focus

 
 
I, Robot

I, Robot

Engineers look to theater techniques to create more responsive machines

Rock Solid

Rock Solid

Grant enables professor to study earthquakes, educate secondary school teachers

Word Work

Word Work

Study narrows the gap between the onset of language problems and subsequent diagnoses

 
 

 
 

Student Spotlight

 
 
Mastering Disaster

Mastering Disaster

Civil engineering students partner with Spanish mentors to improve disaster response and recovery

The Chemistry of Conservation

The Chemistry of Conservation

Undergraduate student recognized for research in green chemistry

Battling a Deadly Bacterium

Battling a Deadly Bacterium

Biology major Emmanuel Fordjour examines ways to fight a dangerous infection

 
 

 
 

Outreach and Impact

 
 
Safe at Work

Safe at Work

Research outlines strategies to positively influence dangerous employees

Reducing STDs, Gaining Insight

Reducing STDs, Gaining Insight

Better communication could increase use of female condoms

Degrees of Influence

Degrees of Influence

Study shows teens living with two college-educated parents less likely to drink alcohol

 
 

 
 

Briefly Noted

 
 
A Little Bird Told Them

A Little Bird Told Them

Researchers draw inspiration from unlikely source in design of water-collection device

The Culture of Cartoons

The Culture of Cartoons

Newspaper cartoons play a key role in debates about free speech, politics, and cultural expression across the globe

A Look Ahead

A Look Ahead

Studying dark matter provides us an opportunity to understand the universe and its creation deeper

Awards

Awards

See recent news about our researchers, writers, engineers, and inventors

Grants

Grants

These grants cover everything from particle research to medical diagnosis

Press

Press

Faculty research is gaining attention in national and international publications

 
 
 
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