Nobel Prize

Irving-Based ExxonMobil Acquires Materia Inc., Plans to Bring Its Nobel Prize-Winning Tech to Scale

by | Dec 8, 2021
The deal combines Materia’s Nobel Prize-winning hydrocarbon-based materials technology with ExxonMobil’s manufacturing capabilities to commercialize a new class of structural materials. Applications could include everything from wind power turbine blades to EV parts to sustainable construction products.
The large Hadron Collider tunnel at CERN, which is the largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world.
How North Texas Helped Discover the God Particle
by | Jan 27, 2016
The God Particle, which is crucial to our understanding of the universe, was discovered in part by researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Dallas-Fort Worth Is Home to Six Nobel Laureates
by | Dec 22, 2015
We are home to the highest number of Nobel Laureates in the state of Texas.
Photo courtesy of University of North Texas
Education: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Dec 15, 2015
Dallas Fort-Worth has committed to approaching its educational landscape with a focus on the 21st century.