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Bioengineering alumni include top researchers, industry leaders

Graduates of UT Arlington's Bioengineering Department have become world-renowned authorities in forensic accident reconstruction, gene therapy, heart valve function, and many other life-enhancing fields.

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F-type stars could support life beyond Earth

Could life exist in regions around stars that burn brighter than the sun? Physics Professor Manfred Cuntz says scientists should not dismiss the possibility.

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Professors deliver hope in battling disease

With their advancements in drug discovery and delivery, UT Arlington researchers are leading the charge to detect and battle serious health problems.

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Embracing technology to improve public transportation

As part of a federal government initiative, UT Arlington researchers are studying whether alternative transportation options can create more livable communities.

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Professor works to create better batteries

Electrical engineers aim to create batteries that are five times more powerful—and five times less expensive—than current ones within five years.

Rebekah Carlile using her playwriting program with patients at Cook Children's Hospital.

Playwriting helps kids learn language skills

A program developed by a UT Arlington mind, brain, and education graduate student gives children the opportunity to tell their own stories while developing narrative writing skills.

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Data mining yields major advancements

UT Arlington researchers are at the forefront of the emerging field of computational modeling, uncovering insights that could shape every aspect of our lives.

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Researchers explore impact of global climate change

From the Arctic to the Amazon to the Caribbean Sea, UT Arlington biologists are examining the impact of global climate change on various life-forms.

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Unmanned aircraft research takes flight

As part of a national initiative, UT Arlington is exploring the high-performance human interactions and safety of unmanned and remotely piloted aircraft.

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A new scale of renewable energy

Two engineers have created a micro-windmill smaller than a grain of rice that can produce enough power to keep your cellphone charged.