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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.
A unique collaboration between UTA and the Hashemite University in Jordan brings an innovative structural system lab to the Middle East, the only one of its kind in the region.
Samir Iqbal, a UTA associate professor of electrical engineering, has been named a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry, the United Kingdom-based association representing the world’s leading chemical scientists.
A team of UTA chemists and engineers have proven that concentrated light, heat and high pressures can drive the conversion of carbon dioxide and water directly into useable liquid hydrocarbon fuels.
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.
The elite Carnegie Classification of R-1: Doctoral Universities recognizes thriving research universities infusing their regions with technology, knowledge, and talent.
UTA civil engineers believe they can increase the lifespan of a landfill to 200 years. They are working closely with Denton, Texas to institute innovative and sustainable waste management techniques at the city's landfill.
Professor Robert Magnusson, UTA’s Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair in Nanoelectronics, has almost 30 patents to his name. He recently had five patents issued in less than a year.
Some 150 leading international physicists are convening at UTA this week to collaborate on the game-changing particle physics experiment known as the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, or DUNE.