2018 Physics News
UTA researchers win $1 million grant to build detector to search for the origins of the universe
Physics researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington have won a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to build a detector that may offer a key insight into the lingering mystery of the universe’s matter-antimatter imbalance.
UTA physicists participate in ICARUS neutrino detector installation at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
A University of Texas at Arlington professor led a federal advisory group that has published its recommendations on the prevention of acute and chronic pain to the Federal Research Pain Strategy, an interagency committee that oversees the government’s long-term strategic plan to support pain research.
UTA researchers first to develop new device using biochemistry techniques to detect rare radioactive decays
UTA researchers are leading an international team developing a new device that could enable physicists to take the next step toward a greater understanding of the neutrino, a subatomic particle that may offer an answer to the lingering mystery of the universe's matter-antimatter imbalance.