Posts Tagged ‘University of Texas at Arlington’

On Tap: Lone Star Film Festival, KERNEL Live! & Dallas Bike Ride

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

Discovery: UTA Researcher Gets $900K Grant; SMU Predicts Soldier Energy Levels

Posted by Lance Murray


Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchUT Arlington aerospace researcher Andrew Makeev continues to get support for his projects related to finding better ways to recognize flaws and structural damage of composites.

The university announced that …

City of Burleson Launching Workforce Development Program

Posted by Jewels Clark

Burleson Mayor Ken Shetter announced recently that the city is launching a workforce development program to fill gaps in the local economy. 

Burleson Works will provide niche training for applicants and place them in jobs at participating companies in the …

Lubricant Tech Developed at UTA Would Lower Fuel Consumption, Vehicle Emissions

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington’s Tribology, Lubrication, and Coating Laboratory have refined new vehicle lubricant technologies as part of an ongoing partnership with ESL TEKnologies. 


UTA professor Pranesh Aswath [Photo courtesy of UTA]

The new lubricant developed …

iC3 Summit: Life Science Leaders Talk Product Placement, Entrepreneurship & More

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

BionorthTX held its third annual iC3 Life Science Summit at the University of Texas at Arlington Thursday. The summit brought industry leaders together to discuss the future of health care, the impact of new technology, financial strategies communication, and entrepreneurship. …

Discovery: Blood Plasma and Alzheimer’s, NanOlogy’s Ovarian Cancer Trial & Studying Hurricane Debris

Posted by Lance Murray


Texas Health Dallas is one of three national sites conducting a unique clinical trial testing the theory that blood plasma from young, healthy people can be injected into older adults to treat

UT System Named to World’s ‘Most Innovative’ List

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

The University of Texas System ranked No. 9 on Reuters‘ list of the “World’s Most Innovative Universities.”

The UT System was the highest-ranking educational institution on the list in Texas. Locally, that educational framework includes the University of Texas …

UTA’s Diane Jones Allen Named to Resilient Design Panel

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

University of Texas at Arlington’s Diane Jones Allen has been selected to a national panel looking at what urban design policies can help cities better withstand natural disasters.

The American Society of Landscape Architects panel includes experts across disciplines, according …

Fort Worth Lays Foundation for its Smart City Future

Posted by Dave Moore

smart citiesCities are data machines.

Every phone call into dispatch centers generates a digital record.

Same for each water main break, every gallon of sewage treated, and dozens of other events and activities.

What if those terabytes were harnessed to make …

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