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After studying chronic stress and pain for forty years, psychology Professor Robert J. Gatchel is being honored with a life achievement award by the American Psychological Foundation. Gatchel oversees UTA's Center of Excellence for the Study of Health and Chronic Illnesses.
A hand-held breathalyzer that can detect the flu virus could lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment. Materials science and engineering Professor Perena Gouma invented the monitor, which may help prevent flu epidemics from spreading.
UTA has developed three new programs that allow undergraduates to work in research, including one that enables students to use their federal work-study hours.
InnovationDay@UTA will feature a Shark Tank-style competition for high school and college students, student and faculty startup pitches, a community startup showcase, and much more. Register at utainnovation.com.
With help from more than $6 million in new grants for 2016, UTA is harnessing its expertise across the sciences, engineering, and nursing to detect and treat cancer.
From landfill mining to carbon dioxide conversion, researchers at UTA are seeking viable, affordable alternative energy solutions.
Business and engineering faculty are developing a variety of measures to increase our cybersecurity.
Through collaborative innovations in cancer detection, anger management, and more, UTA is emerging as a leader in the life and health sciences.
A new College of Liberal Arts initiative is using big data to analyze everything from medieval texts to Jay Z lyrics.
Mayank Jain came to UTA to study under Ramez Elmasri, a computer science and engineering professor whose work he had long admired. Now Jain is graduating with a master's degree in computer science and two tech startups under his belt.