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A new era of innovation began in March when the Engineering Research Building officially opened its doors. Joining President James D. Spaniolo at the ceremonial ribbon cutting were Provost Donald Bobbitt, College of Science Dean Pamela Jansma, state Sen. Chris Harris, U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, UT System Regent Brenda Pejovich, and College of Engineering Dean Bill Carroll. Shared by College of Engineering and College of Science researchers, the landmark center is UT Arlington’s largest academic facility. The 234,000-square-foot building houses the Department of Bioengineering and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and it integrates research teams from biology, biochemistry, genomics, math, neuroscience, and physics to foster collaborative research. Watch a video at uta​.edu/​e​n​g​i​n​e​e​r​i​n​g​/​erb.

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