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Cordero among the women leaders in STEM honored in statue exhibit
A national program designed to spark girls’ interest in studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is getting a big visual boost at a North Texas retail landmark.
Jin receives $472K NIH grant for study of how to improve accuracy of stress tests
A physicist at The University of Texas at Arlington is leading a study designed to improve the accuracy of stress tests to better diagnose heart disease.
Chen says collaboration is key to high impact discoveries in cancer research
A University of Texas at Arlington physicist who specializes in developing nanomaterials for highly selective cancer treatments and bioimaging techniques is collaborating with several international, multi-institutional research teams on high-impact discoveries and publications.
Physics doctoral student wins NASA/Texas Space Grant Consortium Fellowship
A doctoral student in physics at The University of Texas at Arlington has earned a prestigious fellowship to help fund her dissertation research.
Math alumnus wins national award for research in undergraduate math education
An alumnus in mathematics from The University of Texas at Arlington has been honored with a national award for his accomplishments in research in undergraduate mathematics education.
UTA chemists discover new compound with promising anticancer properties
An international team of chemistry researchers led by The University of Texas at Arlington has published a study which details the discovery of a compound that shows great promise as a weapon in the fight against cancer.
Walsh studying evolutionary effects of nuclear testing on preserved water flea eggs
A researcher of The University of Texas at Arlington could soon uncover the evolutionary effects of nuclear testing by resurrecting decades-old crustaceans.
UTA physicists find debris from supernova remnant has hardly slowed four centuries later
An international team of astronomers led by The University of Texas at Arlington has recorded debris being ejected from the site of an exploded star at speeds exceeding 20 million miles per hour — more than 25,000 times the speed of sound in Earth’s atmosphere.
Asaadi receives prestigious U.S. Department of Energy Early Career Research Award
Jonathan Asaadi, assistant professor of physics at The University of Texas at Arlington, has been selected to receive the prestigious U.S. Department of Energy Early Career Research Award to support his research efforts in high energy physics.
Psychology researchers looking to facilitate the development of novel ideas in collaborative innovation
Psychology researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington are leading a series of studies to develop and test a model designed to improve the relationship between collaborative creativity and the decision-making process.