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A roundworm with a mix of male, female and hermaphrodite offspring is offering researchers at UT Arlington a look at a species in transition from one mode of reproduction to another.
The Princeton Review has chosen The University of Texas at Arlington as one of 121 schools featured in the "Best of the West" section of its "2012 Best Colleges: Region by Region."
Microbiologist is developing a treatment for one of the most widespread hospital infections.
A University of Texas at Arlington chemistry professor will assist in a new study to examine rural well water from areas near natural gas drilling sites to provide clear, accurate information about the potential impact of chemicals used to extract gas from rock formations.
A natural additive used to make foam in soft drinks also may help prevent the sometimes-deadly rotavirus infection in children or reduce its severity, a University of Texas at Arlington biology professor says in a research paper to be published in June.
Planting trees, collecting electronic waste for recycling and learning how to use barrels to collect rainwater are a few of the ways that faculty, staff and students at The University of Texas at Arlington will mark Earth Day next week.
UT Arlington researchers use nanotechnology in gene detection to show disposition to certain cancers
Researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington are perfecting a system to detect a gene mutation implicated in 90 percent of pancreatic cancers and often in lung cancer by running tiny amounts of blood over nanomaterials.
‘The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks’ named OneBook choice for 2011-12
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 UT Arlington biologist and her team have helped precisely map the DNA code of the water flea, Daphnia pulex, the first crustacean genome to be sequenced.
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 paper published in the prestigious online journal Nature Communications that reveals the molecular biology behind a certain worm’s ability to ignore the laws of genetics could lead to control of some parasitic nematode species.
New UT Arlington Mind, Brain and Education Program explores the biology of learning.
Dr. Ignacio Nunez’s parents taught him the value of a good education long before he was a successful Arlington doctor or a UT Arlington Distinguished Alumna.
One distinguished UT Arlington alumna, an accomplished faculty member and a doctoral candidate will talk about their personal paths to success as part of a Nov. 11 event presented by The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Science.
UT Arlington researchers find 19 million-year-old genomic fossils of hepatitis B-like viruses in songbirds
Biologists from The University of Texas at Arlington have uncovered virus fragments from the same family as the modern Hepatitis B virus locked inside the genomes of songbirds such as the modern-day zebra finch.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.45 million Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant to The University of Texas at Arlington College of Education and Health Professions and College of Science to support the education and certification of new science and math teachers. The colleges will work with the Arlington, Dallas, Hurst-Euless-Bedford and Fort Worth school districts on the five-year project, placing the teacher candidates in early field experiences with mentor teachers in the four districts.
The University of Texas at Arlington was named one of the best colleges in the West according to The Princeton Review, a nationally known educational services company. UT Arlington is one of 120 institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its "Best in the West" section of its website feature, "2011 Best Colleges: Region by Region," that was posted Monday, Aug. 2, on PrincetonReview.com.
The University of Texas at Arlington received eight Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program awards for $975,874 from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The University of Texas at Arlington School of Urban and Public Affairs will offer a minor in environmental and sustainability studies beginning in fall 2010.
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