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UTA will break ground this fall on the $125 million next-generation Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building, a cutting-edge facility designed to enhance collaborative research.
A team led by D.J. Seo, associate professor of civil engineering, is harnessing technology to deliver faster, more precise information about severe weather and flash flooding.
Earth and environmental sciences Assistant Professor Majie Fan is studying how the Rocky Mountains formed and the ways its topography influenced the regional climate.
With new faculty, new facilities, and a new focus, UTA's College of Nursing and Health Innovation is building its reputation as a force for improving health care.
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.
During her time at UTA, Sylvia Loh took full advantage of the University’s many undergraduate research opportunities. Her hard work will pay off this week when she receives her combined B.S./M.S. degree during Commencement.
Visiosound, a new business founded on the UTA campus, is developing a “visual accent trainer” that listens to someone’s speech and helps improve diction.
Professors in the Colleges of Engineering, Science, Education, and School of Social Work are working together to predict anger in the brain before a person acts upon it.
Three assistant professors in UTA’s College of Engineering received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.