A UT Arlington-Tarrant Regional Water District project at the Eagle Mountain Lake dam will provide future investigators a framework by which to evaluate other dams' structural viability after earthquakes.
A UTA aerospace engineering professor is leading a team that will build a hypersonic testing facility that will assess heat shields under conditions the materials would experience in leaving or entering the Earth's atmosphere.
A UT Arlington computer scientist will use volumes of data and medical genomic information to identify biomarkers that could better predict whether a person will contract Alzheimer's disease, leading to a hope that the malady might be reversed or prevented.
Taylor T. Johnson, an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department, is trying to develop novel software engineering methods that will enable safe upgrades of cyber-physical systems in the energy domain.
UT Arlington researchers have received a National Science Foundation grant that will help fund a nursing robotic assistant that could perform some of the more mundane tasks in nursing, thus freeing nurses to provide better care for patients.
UT Arlington's Division of Enterprise Development has started two masonry schools to meet workforce demands for masons. The eight-week course accelerates the learning process to push more qualified people into the construction industry.
The College of Business will begin an Executive PhD in International Business degree in January 2016. The degree is designed to appeal to C-level executives who are looking for the next challenge in their careers.
A UT Arlington team has published a study about an innovative solar cell system in the American Chemical Society's journal ACS Catalysis. The technology allows large-scale solar energy storage even at night.
A UT Arlington engineer has been named a fellow of ASM International for his contributions in the synthesis, processing, defect structure and characterization of functional ceramic films for electrical, magnetic, optical and energy applications.
The Shimadzu Institute for Research Technologies, the College of Business, the College of Engineering, the College of Science and TechFW through TechFW@UTA are collaborating on The StartUp Lounge, a place where budding entrepreneurs can meet and seek guidance.
A UT Arlington-inspired business has created a new power generator that could bring electricity to so many areas of the world who live beyond the grid. The team is competing in the AMSE ISHOW contest to win funding for its revolutionary idea. See the news release to vote daily for the team.