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Nanoparticles in liquid

Cancer research

UTA physicist awarded U.S., international patents on material that attacks multiple cancers

Dr. Robert Magnusson

Maneuvering light

UTA researcher earns grant to study fundamental physics of photonic band dynamics

Elizabeth Merwin

New dean

Executive Vice Dean of Duke School of Nursing selected as Dean of UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Crowd entering the SEIR building at the grand opening ceremony

New era for UTA

UTA inaugurates $125 million Science & Engineering Innovation & Research building

UTA's 1998 FSAE car at Silverstone Circuit in Great Britain

Fast times

UTA to host teams from across the country at 18th annual Texas Autocross Weekend

Dr. Jeff Lei

Security testing

UTA computer scientist working to test security of IoT systems, blockchains

Hyeok Choi, UTA associate professor of civil engineering

Chemical cleanup

Hyeok Choi, UTA associate professor of civil engineering, received a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to determine the extent of contaminated soil and groundwater.

Mark Pellegrino, UTA assistant professor of biology and lead investigator on the grant

Fighting superbugs

A UTA researcher has won a five-year, $1.8 million grant to find new ways to boost immune response against bacteria.

Sanjib Datta, a UTA senior lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, is working with Komodo, a leading provider of blockchain technology, to provide scholarships.

Crypto connection

UTA faculty member connects with blockchain provider to provide scholarships

Smart skin technology

UTA patent gives robots ultra-sensitive skin

The University of Texas at Arlington has patented a smart skin, created by a UTA researcher, that will give robots more sensitive tactile feeling than humans.