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UTA In The News — Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

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Medical diagnostics

Samir Iqbal, a University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineer, has developed a novel cancer cell detection method that will improve early diagnosis through a tool that tracks cellular behavior in real time using nanotextured walls that mimic layers of body tissue,, One News Page, Select Science, Nanowerk and several other websites reported.

Clinton campaign

Allan Saxe, a UTA political science associate professor, said that former President Bill Clinton's arrival in Texas could hold some appeal for voters here deciding whether to cast ballots for his wife, Hillary, but it could backfire because of the distaste for political family dynasties, KRLD/1080 AM reported.