UTA and BRIT make collaboration official
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
UTA and the Botanical Research Institute of Texas are now partnering to offer expanded research opportunities for graduate studies.
The agreement, made official during a signing ceremony in January, will give doctoral students in UTA's quantitative biology program as well as UTA faculty a chance to collaborate with BRIT scientists. The joint research they conduct will lead to discoveries in plant sciences and sustainability which could spur job growth in those emerging fields. Photo credit Gary Logan