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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.
Award honors J.-C. Chiao for work with devices that can treat reflux, stomach disorders
The move will elevate the University's competitive sports programs and increase its national profile.
Ed Whitacre, former chairman and chief executive officer of General Motors and AT&T, will offer “Lessons in Leadership” as the keynote speaker for the 2011 Executive Dinner hosted by UT Arlington’s College of Business.
A University of Texas at Arlington environmental science professor will soon begin testing a unique method for cleaning up dangerous lead contamination in urban soil with the help of a new $498,138 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Graduate school colloquium offers workshops, fair to encourage underrepresented minorities, women, and first-generation college students to compete graduate school.
The UT Arlington College of Nursing and College of Engineering have received $634,500 in federal funds to kick off Smart Care – a discovery and demonstration center for technologies to help senior citizens, people with disabilities and injured veterans live healthier and longer in their own homes.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded UT Arlington’s TMAC, formerly the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center, an $850,000 grant to improve the competitiveness of industries in an eight-state region by accelerating the transition of technology from research and development to efficient and affordable production.
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 chemist Purnendu “Sandy” Dasgupta is being honored by the world’s largest scientific society for pioneering advances in the field of chromatography, a process used in water quality studies, air pollution monitoring, drug development and more. The American Chemical Society this week named Dasgupta the recipient of its 2011 Award for Chromatography. Award winners are chosen based on nominations from peers and expert reviewers in their field. Dasgupta will receive $5,000 along with the chromatography award, which is sponsored by SUPELCO Inc.
UT Arlington chemistry Professor Purnendu “Sandy” Dasgupta’s work with arsenic detection is an outstanding representation of research that furthers knowledge, discovery and learning, says a committee of experts appointed by the National Science Foundation. Dasgupta used NSF funds to develop an analyzer for arsenic in drinking water that could help the millions of people at risk of exposure from naturally-occurring arsenic contamination in South and East Asia. The instrument is less expensive and more effective and environmentally-friendly than current methods.
Collegiate auto racing teams from across North America will meet July 10 and 11, 2010, at The University of Texas at Arlington for the 10th Annual Texas Autocross Weekend to test their skills at driving cars of their own making.
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