UNT Dallas Rising Blazers to Host Exhibition on African American STEAM Pioneers
by | Feb 8, 2023
What do the three-light traffic light, laser cataract surgery, and the first automatic transmission have in common? All were invented by African Americans. In celebration of Black History Month, the UNT Dallas Rising Blazers program will host a special viewing of the African American Pioneers in STEAM Museum Showcase Feb. 11-12 and 16-17 at the UNT Dallas Innovation Center, 4315 S. Lancaster Road, Suite 180 in Dallas.
Dallas Invents: 123 Patents Granted for Week of March 8
by | Apr 5, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Advanced Custom Engineered Systems Equipment Co. apparatus for monitoring waste removal, Amera loT's apparatus for imprinting private key on IoT, Bank of America's network security system for rogue devices, Baylor Research Institute's nucleic acids encoding anti-CD40 antibodies, D4D Technologies' intra-oral scanning device with active delete of unwanted scanned items, Halliburton's autonomous tractor using counter flow-driven propulsion, IBM's electronic messaging display optimization, Lenovo's presentation of AR content based on identification of trigger accompanying video content, Toyota's creating a valuable video clip using metadata flagging, and Wells Fargo Bank's ATM bill pay.
TWU Biology Team Granted a Patent for Anti-Cancer Compounds That Could Save Lives
by | Oct 15, 2020
The novel invention from researchers at Texas Woman’s University in Denton could greatly contribute to cancer treatment research. The compounds can prevent the growth of breast, lung, and colon cancer cells.