North Texas’ EnLiSense To Launch Corti Health Wearables for Stress and Sleep Hormone Monitoring

by | Apr 5, 2024
Allen-based EnLiSense—co-founded by a professor and department head of bioengineering at UT Dallas—said the wearable features its proprietary passive-sweat sensor technology, which "non-invasively" rests on your skin, day and night, continuously measuring biomarker levels.
UTD Researchers Develop Fentanyl Test That Works ‘Within Seconds’
by | Feb 5, 2024
A UT Dallas team has developed a handheld sensor that can help first reponders detect whether fentanyl has been used. The sensor includes the use of "gold nanoparticles" and can detect fentanyl with "98% accuracy," the researchers say.
UNT HSC at Fort Worth Launches ‘One Pill Kills’ Anti-Fentanyl Campaign
by | Oct 3, 2023
Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that’s considered far more addictive than heroin, is now the leading cause of death for Americans ages 18 to 49. Experts say that Fentanyl can be fatal even if just a tiny amount—so small it could fit on a pencil eraser—is ingested.
Discovery: Opioid Crisis, Autism Research & Exxon Biodiesel Tech
by | Nov 3, 2017
Researchers are tackling a variety of studies in laboratories across North Texas. Here are examples of their work.