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Found in everything from space shuttles to dental fillings, composite materials are vital to modern society, but difficult to develop. UTA is embracing the challenge.
Whether they're monitoring toxic algal blooms in Korea or testing stormwater in Kennedale, engineers at UTA are confronting issues of water safety and access in a variety of important ways.
Professors in UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation are pinpointing what makes the cardiovascular system falter and finding ways to intervene.
The National League for Nursing named UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation a Center of Excellence for "creating environments that enhance student learning and professional development.”
Electrical Engineering Professor J.-C. Chiao and other UTA faculty are working across disciplines to bring relief to millions who suffer from chronic pain.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price ’72, Grand Prairie Mayor Ron Jensen ’73, and Frisco Mayor Maher Maso ’08 hold their city hall’s highest office.
As today’s major cities grow into megacities of more than 10 million people, UTA researchers are tackling the complex challenges that arise from these swelling urban communities.
More UTA students are getting their passports stamped and gaining valuable international experiences by taking classes all over the globe.
From digitization and image scanning to polyester films and acid-free boxes, the UTA Library’s Special Collections is employing a variety of methods to save historic materials for future use.
The University was one of four institutions selected by NASA to develop improved methods for oxygen recovery and reuse aboard spacecraft. Such technology could one day help put a human on Mars.