Inventions result from creating a new and novel technology. Innovation achieves the value made possible by use of the invention. UTA assists students and entrepreneurs in the search for products utilizing existing technology. Faculty work together to investigate uses of technology that create new products and opportunities. Companies review UTA inventions for technologies available for licensing or faculty experts to advance research in a technology.
Review and utilize UTA technologies to create new products or enhance your existing products. UTA's Technology Transfer office can help you identify technologies for new products. The Arlington Technology Incubator, the Research Administration's Technology Transfer office, and the Arlington Chamber of Commerce have partnered to promote entrepreneurial and research growth designed to accelerate the development of successful companies.
(*The Innovation page is currently under construction. When complete, this page will provide information on how to apply a technology in the market place, assistance for start-up companies, faculty multidisciplinary research, process for company involvement with ATI, and funding opportunities in innovation. Please comeback shortly to find additional information.)
Mario Romero-Ortega, an associate professor of bioengineering, and his research team have obtained a $2.2 million grant from DARPA.. Read more...
A bioengineering researcher has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas..Read more...