UT Arlington assists in 'most complex experiment'
The world's largest scientific experiment, housed 100 meters underground in a man-made cavern near Geneva, Switzerland, finally became operational with an assist from UT Arlington physics professors and graduate students.
Physicists explain origins of oxygen in atmosphere
New research by University of Texas at Arlington physicists sheds light on "The Great Oxidation of Earth's Atmosphere" or how oxygen developed.
Physicist sheds new light on breast cancer treatment
A University of Texas at Arlington physics professor believes photodynamic therapy, which has been used successfully in treating skin cancers, may be an effective treatment for breast cancer.
NSF grant aims at boosting freshman retention rates
The National Science Foundation gave nearly $2 million to the Colleges of Engineering and Science at The University of Texas at Arlington to develop an interdisciplinary program to boost retention rates for first- and second-year students.
UTeach to boost quality, quantity of area teachers
Texas faces a growing shortage of highly skilled science and math teachers. A new UTeach Arlington program housed on The University of Texas at Arlington campus will begin helping area school districts meet that critical need in fall 2010.