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On Sept. 11, global attention will turn to the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that targeted New York City and Washington D.C. and changed the world. The University of Texas at Arlington is home to researchers who are examining the long-lasting impact of that day, providing support for veterans returning from war and developing innovative technologies to increase Homeland Security.
ERB certified as LEED Gold green building.
UT Arlington names distinguished civil engineer as new College of Engineering dean.
A UT Arlington bioengineer believes he can give physicians vital information that could lead to better therapy for patients afflicted with cerebral palsy.
Social work and bioengineering professors at The University of Texas at Arlington are collaborating on research they think will lead to better treatment for veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury.
UT Arlington researchers are using focused laser beams to manipulate cells that lead drug-carrying nanoparticles that deliver medicine to cancer cells that need it.
Students, faculty and supporters of The University of Texas at Arlington will celebrate the debut of the 234,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Engineering Research Building with a March 4 dedication event and open house.
A University of Texas at Arlington College of Engineering team has received two National Science Foundation grants worth a combined $802,000 to develop an adaptive, game-driven system to improve physical and mental assessments of children with cerebral palsy.
A UT Arlington bioengineer has built a neurological array that he thinks will lead to a better prosthetic arm that will allow more movement and eventually sensation for military veterans who desperately need them.
A University of Texas at Arlington researcher has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas to work on creating better tools for determining where thyroid cancer is and treating it.
Hanli Liu, a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering professor, has landed a three-year, $958,660 grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate a minimally invasive way to screen for and diagnose prostate cancer by using a multi-channel optical imaging system.
Bioengineering professor hopes to transfer knowledge to high school students by training high school teachers
Jian Yang wants to take his message about a university education and research to high schools.
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