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UTA In The News — Friday, November 6, 2015

Friday, November 6, 2015

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Therapeutic tool

ASEE First BellMedical Design Technology and Healio reported that UTA researchers and colleagues from other institutions are developing a sensing and therapeutic tool known as the SMART bandage, that will help healthcare workers better monitor and heal patients’ wounds.

Fact checking

ClaimBuster, a tool that helps journalists fact-check statements made by politicians in real time, is among 20 projects to receive support from the Knight Foundation Prototype fund, Catch News reported. Chengkai Li, UTA College of Engineering associate professor, is the project lead.

UTA alum appointed

Archrock, Inc. announced that alumnus Wendell Brooks has been appointed to its board of directors, Yahoo! Finance, CNBC, Bloomberg Business, Digital Journal and various other media outlets reported. Brooks earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from UTA.