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UT Arlington is joining an elite, national organization aimed at producing better university teachers.
Scientists know space weather caused by solar flares and other phenomenon holds the potential to disable electrical grids and disrupt the use of the global positioning system (GPS) that everyone from farmers to oil well drillers depend on. Now, physicists at The University of Texas at Arlington are working with others around the country to develop computer models that can issue warnings of such events available one to four days before their arrival.
A UT Arlington bioengineer believes he can give physicians vital information that could lead to better therapy for patients afflicted with cerebral palsy.
UT Arlington, UT Dallas and Baylor Health Care System get nearly $1 million to increase patient safety
The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded nearly $1 million to researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing, Baylor Health Care System and The University of Texas at Dallas to study how physicians and nurses can improve their communication skills by participating in engaging, video game-like simulations.
UT Arlington President James D. Spaniolo and Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck will join city and university staff, students and community volunteers at 10 a.m. Saturday to dedicate the Community Garden at UT Arlington. The garden is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between UT Arlington and the city of Arlington. Organizers say the project will strengthen the University’s bonds with the surrounding community while encouraging healthy, more sustainable food options.
UT Arlington art history professor will travel to France on grant in effort to bring Old Master drawings to North Texas
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.
J.C. Chiao, a UT Arlington electrical engineering professor, has been honored by The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas with an O’Donnell Award in Engineering for his pioneering achievements in developing implantable sensors that can help treat severe acid reflux.
New UT Arlington Mind, Brain and Education Program explores the biology of learning.
UT Arlington breaks ground on College Park, announces 20-acre College Park District
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison is expected to unveil a new model for economic development centered on transferring federal technology to the marketplace Thursday, Sept. 23, during the Arlington Chamber of Commerce's annual Gala and Awards Banquet.
UT Arlington partners with Texas Health Resources, Good Shepherd Health System to expand nursing education in Texas
The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing is partnering with Good Shepherd Health System in East Texas and Arlington-based Texas Health Resources in two grants designed to increase the number of registered nurses in Texas and faculty who teach them.
UT Arlington scientists on team finding significant matter-antimatter asymmetry unexplained by current theory
University of Texas at Arlington physicists are part of the DZero collaboration research team that has found new evidence that may help explain why the universe is composed of matter.
The University of Texas System Board of Regents today approved the final design and funding for College Park, an $80 million, mixed-used development on UT Arlington's eastern edge that will fuel new activity in the University and downtown business district.
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