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December 2015

  • UTA civil engineers using high-tech tools to evaluate sustainable structural life of Arlington sewer pipelines
    Sustainable infrastructure

    Tuesday, December 1, 2015

    News Topics: engineering, research, robotics, sustainability

    The civil engineering department chair, Ali Abolmaali, is leading a UTA/city of Arlington team that will use robots and sonar to evaluate 47 miles of large-diameter sewer pipe to prioritize which pipes need fixing first.

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Medical technologies

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Kyungsuk Yum, UTA assistant professor of materials science and engineering, is building an internal nanotechnology device to simplify blood sugar testing, Nanowerk and HealthCanal reported. Yum’s innovation depends on an injectable, near-infrared optical biosensor nanotube that would read a person’s blood glucose constantly and an optical glucose scanner that can access the data collected by nanotube.

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