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Weinberg contributes to black hole research that led to 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for Andrea Ghez
A physics researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington contributed to research about black holes which culminated in the awarding of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics to Andrea Ghez, a professor of astrophysics at UCLA.
Paulus, Basu honored for their service to University with emeritus status
Two College of Science professors have been honored for their service to The University of Texas at Arlington with emeritus status.
Cordero helps create new online program designed to inspire girls’ interest in STEM
Minerva Cordero, College of Science senior associate dean and professor of mathematics, is co-organizer of a new online program which aims to inspire girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering, and technology (STEM) by sharing profiles of outstanding Latina scientists and engineers.
Chen selected as IAAM fellow for pioneering research in nanoparticles
The International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) has selected a physicist and renowned cancer researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington as a fellow in recognition of his original and significant research in the fields of materials science, engineering and technology.
Physics alumnus, doctoral student detail methods used to validate possible existence of exomoons
A Ph.D. graduate and a doctoral student in physics at The University of Texas at Arlington have published a new study about applying analytical methods to evaluate the validity of exomoons.
College’s expanding research profile is helping boost UTA’s rise to prominence
The University of Texas at Arlington has established itself as a top research institution, and the College of Science is a big part of that success.
College welcomes talented cohort of 17 new faculty members for 2020-21
Maintaining and expanding top-tier programs in teaching and research requires attracting top-tier faculty, and the College of Science continues doing just that with the addition of 14 new faculty members to its ranks this academic year.
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.