Christopher Ray, the dean of the College of Health Sciences at Texas Woman's University, received a patent for the ability to predict and prevent medical events and condi...
"This is an important step in the transition to emissions-free heavy-duty trucks," according to TMNA Research and Development's chief engineer Andrew Lund.
North Texas’ research universities will offer their expertise in artificial intelligence, composite materials, wireless vehicle tech, IOT, big data, and more.
Dallas Invents tracks inventive activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area with look at patents granted by the USPTO.
Biotechnology is alive and growing in DFW. The region recently ranked 6th on a list of top ten emerging life science clusters in the U.S.