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Changing the Human Condition: UTA Researchers Hope Tech Can Help Stroke Patients, Wheelchair Users

Changing the Human Condition: UTA Researchers Hope Tech Can Help Stroke Patients, Wheelchair Users

Where some see a roadblock, Dr. Muthu Wijesundara and his team at the UT-Arlington Research Institute see an opportunity to find a solution.

Bioengineered Glove Offers New Kind Of Healing For Hand Wounds

Bioengineered Glove Offers New Kind Of Healing For Hand Wounds

The human hand is complex, made up of 27 bones connected by joints and ligaments. The hand is also delicate and vulnerable, meaning hand injuries are common and hard to heal. A new tool developed at the University of Texas at Arlington is changing the hand-healing game.

Dr. Muthu Wijesundara Nominated for Tech Titans Technology Inventor Award

Dr. Muthu Wijesundara Nominated for Tech Titans Technology Inventor Award

The biomedical innovations of a researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute have earned him recognition as a finalist for the Tech Titans Technology Inventor Award.

UTA and Lockheed Martin Team up on Unmanned Vehicle Project

UTA and Lockheed Martin Team up on Unmanned Vehicle Project

A pair of University of Texas at Arlington researchers are teaming with Lockheed Martin Corp. on an unmanned vehicle project.

UTARI Scientist Earns Leadership Award From SAMPE

UTARI Scientist Earns Leadership Award From SAMPE

Rassel Raihan, a research scientist at the Institute for Predictive Performance Methodologies at the UTA Research Institute, is a recipient of the Young Professionals Emerging Leadership Award from the Society of Advancement of Materials and Process Engineering, or SAMPE.

Bringing Wearable Robotics with VR to Market

Bringing Wearable Robotics with VR to Market

Neuro Rehab VR, UNTHSC, and UTARI are working together through an STTR grant to advance technology to support stroke sufferers

Lighting the Way

Lighting the Way

Company partners with UTA Research Institute to help emergency responders manage situations more effectively in the night and inclement weather.

Stronger highways

Stronger highways

A UTA civil engineering soil researcher is using multiple-year, $600,000 grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation regional center and the Texas Department of Transportation.

Optimizing Networks

Optimizing Networks

A team of researchers from The University of Texas at Arlington is combining several principles of machine learning to enable machines to control power networks and other complex dynamic systems more effectively during unexpected events.

Patent Technology for Smart Seat Cushion

Patent Technology for Smart Seat Cushion

The University of Texas at Arlington has patented a smart seat cushion that uses changes in air pressure to redistribute body weight and help prevent the painful ulcers caused by sitting for long periods of time in a wheelchair.

Artificial Intelligence and Senior Living Link Arrow

Artificial Intelligence and Senior Living

An autonomous programmable humanoid robot "is making a huge contribution with an interdisciplinary team to address two University of Texas at Arlington strategic themes, health and the human condition; and data-driven discovery."

Top 100 researchers in the world

Top 100 researchers in the world

A University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineering professor is among the top 100 computer science and electronics researchers in the world...

Meet the Robot Engaging Seniors in the Arts

Meet the Robot Engaging Seniors in the Arts

A UTA civil engineering soil researcher is using multiple-year, $600,000 grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation regional center and the Texas Department of Transportation.

Speeding up healing

Speeding up healing

UT Arlington moves bioengineered REHEAL glove toward commercialization.

Living with Robots

Living with Robots

Researchers at UT Arlington’s new Emotional Robotics Living Lab are examining how robots can be integrated into the home to provide physical and emotional support, KTVT CBS 11 reported. Julienne Greer, UT Arlington assistant professor of Theatre Arts, is directing the new lab.

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