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Scholars are on the leading edge of assistive living research, designing smart homes and programming lifelike robots that could transform care for the elderly, disabled, and injured.
To accurately analyze concussions, kinesiology researchers stress the importance of using multiple types of assessments in addition to neurocognitive tests.
A marketing professor’s study shows that parents have a greater impact on their grade-school-age children’s attitudes toward tobacco than peers or advertisers.
A recent computer science and engineering Ph.D. graduate is developing a sensor and monitoring system to put consumers in charge of their energy, gas, and water use.
A social work graduate student is transforming the popular video game Mass Effect 3 into an effective therapy treatment for people with mental illness.
Water safety is a major concern in North Texas, where city officials and residents fret over the stability of the supply. UT Arlington is taking the lead in this important field.
An electrical engineering professor’s processing system could provide the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps with more efficient radar and surveillance systems.
The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized two landscape architecture students for their design of a campus stormwater runoff system.
An innovative recirculation system developed by two civil engineers is providing a source of electricity for about 1,600 households in Denton, Texas.
Discovering new ways to repair, maintain, and update the nation's aging roadways, pipelines, manholes, and other infrastructure could save lives and billions of dollars.