Study finds tungsten in aquifer groundwater controlled by pH, oxygen
A new study co-authored by UT Arlington researchers is helping to shed
new light on how tungsten metal is leached from the sediment surrounding
aquifers into the groundwater, e! Science News, Science Newsline and Science Codex reported. The findings may have implications for human health. The study is published in the journal Chemical Geology.
Sledge discusses the Affordable Care Act, fears concerning new law
interviewed Daniel Sledge, UT Arlington assistant professor of
political science, about open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act,
which began today and fears surrounding the law. “I think this plan is
not going to be as horrible as people had been assuming,” Sledge said.
“It’s not aimed at most of the population; it’s largely aimed at people
who don’t have health insurance. For those people, in Texas at least,
they’re going to be able to get insurance for a lower cost than they
would have prior to the legislation.”
UT Arlington gets federal funding to help fast-track veterans into nursing profession
UT Arlington’s College of Nursing will help veterans turn their military
experience into nursing careers with a $300,000 federal grant that
focuses on increasing enrollment and graduation rates for veterans, the Arlington Citizen-Journal and North Dallas Gazette reported.