Posts Tagged ‘National Science Foundation’

North Texas Universities Collaborating on Drone Aerial Computing Platform

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Two North Texas universities are using a National Science Foundation grant to develop integral drone software and design.

University of Texas at Arlington associate professor Yan Wan will lead a team of researchers including University of North Texas associate professor 

The Eyes Have it: Researcher to Use Frogs in Vision Study

Posted by Lance Murray

A research project by a University of Texas at Arlington biologist will look at the world through the eyes of frogs to study how habitat such as living below or above ground affects the organs’ functions.

Matthew Fujita, assistant professor …

Workshop to Look at Advanced Manufacturing in Aerospace

Posted by Lance Murray
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Paul Componation. UTA Photo

Academics and industry professionals will convene July 19-21 for the NSF Workshop on Advanced Manufacturing Research for the Aerospace Industry at the Hilton Arlington, 2401 E. Lamar Blvd. in Arlington.

The workshop will be hosted by …

Collin College Awarded Nearly
$4M Grant for Tech Research

Posted by Julia Batlle

Collin College recently received a nearly $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to enhance the work at the National Convergence Technology Center.

This is the sixth grant that has been awarded to Collin College for research in information …

Smart Cities Reverse Pitch Focuses on Community Needs

Posted by Julia Batlle

smart citiesTwenty-thousand dollars will be up for grabs at the Smart Cities Gigabit Reverse Pitch event Friday at the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts in Richardson.

The event is part of the US Ignite’s Smart Cities Gigabit Communities …

UTA Prof’s $1.32M Grant Targets Big Data in Medicine

Posted by Lance Murray

Big data has become a big part of our lives, and a researcher at the University of Texas at Arlington is looking to develop big data mining tools that could help scientists and physicians better predict clinical outcomes and …

3 Things: Fort Worth Biotech Firm’s Product Dissolves Earwax in Minutes

Posted by Lance Murray

Former Alcon employees have new product to treat impacted earwax, the White House is investing in the Internet of Things, and Flower Mound welcomes its first entrepreneur center.

Two former Alcon employees have developed a new product to treat impacted …

North Texas Is Testbed for Next Generation of App Development

Posted by William C. Sproull

One of the keys to creating an economy of innovation is to create an atmosphere where the best minds are encouraged and offered a chance to collaborate, especially in a digital, broadband, and high speed network environment. Thanks to North …