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  • Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: About Better Life Experiences' system for sanitizing fluids, Bank of America's aut...

  • UT Arlington civil engineering researcher Warda Ashraf is looking to the past to create a concrete-like material for the future—one that could reduce the carbon emissio...

  • With mega-droughts drying up lakes out west and "water wars" predicted in the world's future, having reliable access to water is becoming more and more vital. A team a...

  • Colossal is already working to "de-extinct" the woolly mammoth via a mammoth-elephant hybrid project. Now the Tasmanian tiger—which went extinct nearly 100 years ago du...

  • Many hospitals overwhelmed by the pandemic have dealt with patient medication labeling the old-fashioned way—with quickly scrawled, handwritten info taped to syringes a...

TI Expands Its Space-Grade Products for Missions From New Space to Deep Space

by | Nov 28, 2022

Dallas-based global semiconductor company Texas Instruments is expanding its lineup of space-grade analog semiconductor products in plastic packages that can used for a variety of missions—from new space to deep space.

TI has more than 60 years in the space market, and it continues to develop radiation-hardened and radiation-tolerant products and packaging that helps engineers meet mission-critical requirements with increased power density, performance capabilities, and reliability....

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Allied Electronics Seeks Applicants for New RS DesignSpark Accelerate Program
by | Nov 28, 2022
The company is looking for entrepreneurs specializing in hardware and software solutions engineered for digital factories, smart buildings and facilities, energy management and efficiency, Industry 4.0, or supply chains.
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UTD Researchers Link High-Fat Diets with Chronic Pain in Mice
by | Nov 21, 2022
“This study indicates you don’t need obesity to trigger pain; you don’t need diabetes; you don’t need a pathology or injury at all," says UTD researcher Dr. Michael Burton. "Eating a high-fat diet for a short period of time is enough." The finding could lead to further research on the impact of high-fat diets on chronic pain, a key component of the opioid epidemic—and potentially pharmacological solutions.
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NanOlogy Sees ‘Encouraging Signs’ for Its Microparticle Drug Delivery in Nonoperable Lung Cancer Patients
by | Nov 20, 2022

Fort Worth-based NanOlogy has completed the enrollment of 18 patients in a Phase 2a trial for its proprietary particle drug delivery with standard-of care therapy in nonoperable lung cancer patients....

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Calendar: Not-to-Miss Events for Innovators in Dallas-Fort Worth

North Texas has plenty to see, hear, and watch. Here are our editors' picks.

Plus, you'll find our selections to "save the date."
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Fort Worth’s Aero Design Labs Aims to Help Delta Air Lines Save Fuel, Reduce Carbon Emissions with ‘Drag Reduction Kits’
by | Nov 17, 2022
Using computational fluid dynamics modeling, Aero Design Labs creates a 'high-definition map" of Boeing 737 aircraft. Then it works with partners to develop a drag reduction kit that can save fuel costs and reduce carbon emissions. "Each part of the kit plays a part in capturing and redirecting the airflow, providing a holistic solution to reduce drag," ADL's Chief Commercial Officer Chris Jones told Dallas Innovates.
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Dallas Invents: 109 Patents Granted for Week of November 1
by | Nov 16, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: About Better Life Experiences' system for sanitizing fluids, Bank of America's automated control of software permissions and access to network resources, Bombardier's temperature monitoring unit for aircraft wing structure and associated installation method, Concat Systems' machine learning AI system for producing 360 virtual representation of an object, Covalent Group's skin toning device, Mavenir Networks' RCS authentication, Toyota's bicycle saddle with vibration isolators, USAA's method for inferring GPS location, and Vertical Solar Systems' utility pole solar energy collector system.
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SMU professor Harsha Gangammanavar is leading a multidisciplinary team to develop algorithms that improve complex energy systems—like the management of the energy grid under intermittent renewable power.
DOE Awards SMU-Led Research Team $2M Grant for Algorithms Improving Complex Energy Systems
by | Nov 14, 2022
SMU researchers aim to help address problems in the broad area of computational mathematics for sustainability—such as the management of the energy grid under intermittent renewable power. The research is aimed at developing new algorithms for materials design, bioengineering, and power grid applications.

Researchers will use SMU's high-performance computing system—enhanced with an NVIDIA DGX SuperPODTM—as well as the supercomputing resources at Argonne National Laboratory.
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