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UNTHSC, UTARI Develop Patient-Friendly Sleep Apnea Solution

UNTHSC, UTARI Develop Patient-Friendly Sleep Apnea Solution

A new system being developed by researchers at UTARI and UNTHSC could make it easier for people with sleep apnea to get a good night’s rest.

Soft Robotic Glove for Rehabilitation

Soft Robotic Glove for Rehabilitation

A collaboration between UTARI and UNT Health Science Center could bring rehabilitation hope to victims of stroke.

eScience News Reports on Collaboration with UTARI and Skyven

eScience News Reports on Collaboration with UTARI and Skyven

UTARI and Dallas-based Skyven Technologies have been awarded a NSF's SBIR program grant to build and test a Phase 1 prototype of a novel optics system for concentrating sunlight more than 1,000 times the usual amplification.

Hydrocephalus Kids Foundation Shares Story About New Project

Hydrocephalus Kids Foundation Shares Story About New Project

"The entire hydrocephalus community is invested in seeing this research project yield results." said Michael Illions, VP and Dir of Advocacy, Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation. "A better shunt and less brain surgeries equal a much better outcome for those living with hydrocephalus."

UTARI-Sponsored ROVER Team Interviewed by Protocase Link Arrow

UTARI-Sponsored ROVER Team Interviewed by Protocase

University Rover Society (URC) Episode 4 highlights and interviews the UTA ROVER Team. This is the teams' second visit, and they are showing-off multiple quad-coptor applications.

BioNews Shares UTA and UNT-HSC Collaboration

BioNews Shares UTA and UNT-HSC Collaboration

A UT Arlington/UNT Health Science Center project aimed at building a prototype for an implantable in-line shunt flow monitoring system that would deliver both on-demand and continuous readings of hydrocephalus.

Design News Highlights Walmart Grant

Design News Highlights Walmart Grant

A UT Arlington project aimed at developing a manufacturing system that will autonomously prepare small motor sub-systems and assemble motor components was mentioned in a Design News article about Walmart’s efforts to buy-and-sell more U.S. made products.

MicroManufacturing

MicroManufacturing

Robotic machine being developed by researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington may help bring offshore manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.

Dallas Morning News and the USMS

Dallas Morning News and the USMS

The U.S. Manufacturing Symposium focuses on ways to bring manufacturing back to the U.S.A.

Business Press and USMS

Business Press and USMS

UTARI researchers are developing automated technologies that could restore stateside products production.

UT Arlington Opens Silicon Valley Office

UT Arlington Opens Silicon Valley Office

The University of Texas at Arlington announces a new partnership with a longtime Silicon Valley entrepreneur and alumna who will establish a strategic outpost to match technology developed within the University with investors and corporate partners.

UTARI's National Robotic Showcase 2015

UTARI's National Robotic Showcase 2015

It was a day of learning at the 2015 National Robotics Showcase.

University Rover Team Advances

University Rover Team Advances

The R.O.V.E.R. Society at UT Arlington, supported in part by UTARI, is one of 23 teams from across the globe to advance to the 2015 University Rover Challenge Finals. 

UTARI Student Employees Honored

UTARI Student Employees Honored

Two UTARI student employees were acknowledged for their effort during a recent awards reception.

Soft Robotic Glove Aims to Improve Hand Rehabilitation

Soft Robotic Glove Aims to Improve Hand Rehabilitation

UTARI researchers a rehabilitative robotic glove to be used after stroke or surgery.