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A UT Arlington chemistry professor has been awarded a nearly $1.2 million grant to develop technology that could end up on Mars.
Microbiologist is developing a treatment for one of the most widespread hospital infections.
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 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 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.
The University of Texas at Arlington is playing a major role in a project that is helping restore hope to tens of thousands of people in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
Engineers and scientists are certain that another big earthquake will hit California. They just don’t know when and where it will be.
Anyone who owns a home or business in the North Texas area knows how unstable the soil is. Cracks often occur in walls and ceilings. That soil expansion and contraction goes for the outdoors, too. The soil at Joe Pool Lake and Grapevine Lake dams has experienced those same cracks found in many, many North Texas homes.
Bill Carroll, who shaped UT Arlington's College of Engineering into the multi-disciplinary educational and research model that it is today, will step down as dean next fall and return to the University to teach and conduct research after a brief leave.
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.
A UT Arlington chemistry professor and his students will leave their lab for the State Fair of Texas this weekend, bringing with them fun experiments they hope will get students excited about science. The first-time exhibit is funded by the National Science Foundation as part of Diversity in Science in the United States or DISCUS, a program started by assistant professor Kevin Schug.
An assistant professor in The University of Texas at Arlington’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has teamed with a Hungarian company to allow undergraduate students worldwide to gain valuable experience in hydrogenation, a chemical process widely used in the pharmaceutical, food, petrochemical and materials industries.
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.
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.
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