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Could an overlooked class of stars host life? How can we prevent space weather from wreaking havoc on Earth? Do exomoons really exist? UT Arlington physics are answering these questions and more.
What will the city of the future look like? UT Arlington professors believe they’ll feature high-rise structures with levels of greenery and aerial trams that zoom workers straight to high-tech offices.
UT Arlington is changing the way undergraduate students prepare for STEM careers through a new program that emphasizes real-world research and experiential learning.
UT Arlington’s new Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact aims to enhance quality of life by developing more sustainable communities that focus on the natural, built, economic, cultural, and social environments.
Optics research in the Electrical Engineering Department is bringing new insights to data security, medical technology, and many other high-impact areas.
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.
Could life exist in regions around stars that burn brighter than the sun? Physics Professor Manfred Cuntz says scientists should not dismiss the possibility.
With their advancements in drug discovery and delivery, UT Arlington researchers are leading the charge to detect and battle serious health problems.
As part of a federal government initiative, UT Arlington researchers are studying whether alternative transportation options can create more livable communities.
Electrical engineers aim to create batteries that are five times more powerful—and five times less expensive—than current ones within five years.