UNT researchers create new, stronger plant-based carbon fiber

The new fiber can replace common petroleum and coal-based products in wide range of goods including parts for cars, aircraft,...

Student researchers gain hands-on experience in laboratories and in the field.

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University of North Texas Associate Professor of Chemistry Guido Verbeck has created a device for the U.S. Department of Justice that will allow investigators to analyze inks, paints, papers and other materials criminals...
Two professors from UNT's College of Arts and Sciences have been included in the Thomson Reuters 2014 list of highly cited researchers. The list represents the world's leading scientific minds, recognizing researchers who...
University of North Texas Associate Professor Shengli Fu has teamed with Dallas-based Myth Innovations to develop the Mi World™ Portable Computing System (PCS), which is a revolutionary next step for PCs and mobile...

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Awards and Achievements

In today's global marketplace, business graduates may have to work with co-workers scattered across the world -- and they may never meet face to face.

So how do you learn how to work on a team with one person in Austria, another in Finland and yet another in China when you're in Texas?

Dr. Ted Farris, professor of logistics in the University of North Texas College of Business, developed a...

Jason Pockrus

Two UNT College of Music doctoral students will be traveling abroad after earning prestigious research awards this year.

Jason Pockrus, who is studying saxophone performance, received a Fulbright grant to study in China. He travels to China in July to take a language course offered by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program this summer and will begin his research in October. Kimary Fick, who is studying musicology,...

Christina Wasson

When two people disagree about something each feels passionately about, communication can be frustrating. When groups must work together to meet common goals, communication can be even more challenging. University of North Texas professor of anthropology Christina Wasson has received a National Science Foundation ...




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