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Guaranteed service

UTA computer science engineer receives National Science Foundation grant to mesh data center service level objectives with actual resources needed by computer consumers.

New hope for arthritis

UTA enzyme research that opens doors to developing new inhibitors for arthritis was published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biology Chair Clay Clark led the project.

Toward Tier 1

UTA continues to move steadily toward Tier 1 status, graduating more than 200 doctorates for the third year in a row and generating research expenditures in excess of $85 million, up nearly nine percent from the year before.

Road improvement

A UTA civil engineering professor is implementing a system for the Texas Department of Transportation that will help reduce cracking in highway pavement and stabilize highway slopes when soil begins to shift.