George Siemens, executive director of UT Arlington's Link Research Lab, says new funding from a world-leading corporation will enable continued research of adaptive learning.
A UT Arlington-inspired business is trying to commercialize a new generators that employs technology far more efficient and portable than current generators, Ship & Bunker magazine reported.
A nanophotonics engineering professor will try to manipulate light in ways not yet imagined to help improve the nano-manufacturing process.
The Shimadzu Institute for Research Technologies, the College of Business, the College of Engineering, the College of Science and TechFW through TechFW@UTA are collaborating on The StartUp Lounge, a place where budding entrepreneurs can meet and seek guidance.
A UT Arlington multi-disciplinary team is building an oxygen recovery and reuse system for NASA that could push the current limits of space travel.