Posts Tagged ‘Texas A&M’

Discovery: Study Examines Blood Test for Alzheimer’s; AgriLife Probes Plant Disease Resistance

Posted by Lance Murray

UNTHSC BEGINS STUDY OF BLOOD TEST FOR ALZHEIMER’S

Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchA three-year study at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth will examine the viability of a simple blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease.

It’s the first study …

Nature Nate’s Honey to Support University Bee Research

Posted by Katie Kelton

Nature Nate’s Honey Co. is dedicated to saving the dying honey bee population. 

“We’re committed to serving the entire honey ecosystem, from beekeepers to global communities, beginning with the bees.”

Nathan Sheets

In order to cultivate research and education on …

Discovery: Reducing Cancer Risk 1 Cup at a Time, Scientist Seeks Clearer Images of Deadly Tumors

Posted by Lance Murray

RESEARCHERS SAY COFFEE MAY REDUCE CANCER RISKS

Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchI drink a lot of coffee, I admit it. I’m drinking some as I write. A new study from the Simmons Cancer Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center says that might be a

Discovery: Women Lead Sustainable Living Research at AgriLife, UTD Scientists Develop ‘Genetic’ Circuits

Posted by Lance Murray

WOMEN LEAD AGRILIFE’S SUSTAINABLE LIVING RESEARCH

Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchA trio of women at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas are among the leaders in agricultural and ecological research in North Texas who are finding new ways to support

With Stand2Learn Purchase, Coppell’s Varidesk Expands Its Role in Active Workspace Market

Posted by Katie Kelton

Coppell-based Varidesk is looking to own the active workspace market with its latest acquisition of Stand2Learn, a College Station-based maker of standing desks for young students.

Varidesk announced the purchase Tuesday, noting it aligns with the company’s mission to transform …

Discovery: UTD Prof Proposes Solution to Martian Mystery, Insight on Cancer-Causing ‘Dimers,’ & Phone’s Impact on Work, Home Life

Posted by Lance Murray

ANSWER TO A MARTIAN MYSTERY IS BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND

Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchWe’ll need to travel to Mars for our first item — not literally, but through the research being done by a fluid dynamics expert from the University of Texas at

Next Generation of Care: Universities Find New Ways to Shape Future Caregivers

Posted by Lance Murray

Medical schools are thinking differently about how they educate the next generation of health-care professionals.

The Fort Worth medical school opening in 2019 as a partnership between Texas Christian University and the University of North Texas Health Science Center will …

21 DFW Companies Make Texas A&M’s Aggie 100 List

Posted by Lance Murray

With 21 businesses recognized, Dallas-Fort Worth is home to more than 20 percent of the businesses that made this year’s Aggie 100 list.

The Aggie 100 recognizes the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or Aggie-led businesses around the world. It was created …

Texas A&M Law School Introduces Incubator Program

Posted by Mallory Houser

Any law student could attest that law school is anything but easy, but life after the bar exam may be a more difficult experience.

Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth is launching the first incubator-type program in …

SMU Guildhall Named
Top Video Game-Design Program

Posted by Lance Murray

Gamers are always chasing the high score, the top of the list for any game.

SMU Guildhall has reached the top, being named the No. 1 graduate game-design program in The Princeton Review’s eighth annual report.

“Becoming the No. …

Electric Car Adds Buzz to UTA Race Event

Posted by Lance Murray

ELECTRIC CARS CAN GET TO FULL TORQUE MORE QUICKLY THAN A COMBUSTION ENGINE


One of the parking lots at the University of Texas at Arlington again will be a mini version of Texas Motor Speedway July 9-10, and, this year, …

3 Things We’re Reading: Mosquito-eating Fish & Driverless Cars

Posted by Lance Murray

PLANO GOES PROACTIVE; A&M PLANS RESEARCH CAMPUS CENTER; CHURCH BECOMING COMMUNITY CENTER


At Dallas Innovates, we’re constantly looking across the web for stories about innovation, creativity, enterprise, and people and places that are interesting and important. Here are three things …

Aviation Unmanned Uses Drones for Critical Inspections

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

THE SKYRANGER DRONE TAKES HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES


The inspection of critical infrastructure, such pipelines, railroads and power lines, is falling more and more on the shoulders of unmanned flying drones as federal regulations allow, and Addison-based Aviation Unmanned is leading that …

Mark Cuban, Aggies Join Forces for Practice Facility, HQ Plans

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Mark Cuban’s passions for the Dallas Mavericks and Shark Tank could be combined at his new practice facility.

Conceptual plans presented by architecture students at Texas A&M show a mixed-use facility with an NBA court, team offices, a team store,