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Audiology researchers say hearing aids can improve cognitive performance, emotional state in users

Audiology researchers say hearing aids can improve cognitive performance, emotional state in users

The preliminary results from a multi-year study funded by the Hearing Aid Industry Research Consortium show data-backed benefits of hearing aid use.

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Linguistics students investigating what fictional languages in pop culture can teach us about human communication

Linguistics students investigating what fictional languages in pop culture can teach us about human communication

A pair of undergraduate students have teamed up for the research, which is part of a relatively new field in linguistics.

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CVAD students create art inspired by UNT research

CVAD students create art inspired by UNT research

Art students displayed their work as part of the exhibition “In Symbiosis” at the Elm Fork Education Center’s Eagle Exhibit Hall in UNT’s Environmental Sciences Building.

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USDA grant funds initiative to build edible landscape on campus, grow food studies research

USDA grant funds initiative to build edible landscape on campus, grow food studies research

The Milpa Agricultural Placemaking Project will include developing a multilingual oral history archive on food and agriculture in North Texas and a new UNT seed library, which will produce and distribute free vegetable plant seedlings to the public.

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Forthcoming program to cultivate future leaders in Latino cultural preservation

Forthcoming program to cultivate future leaders in Latino cultural preservation

The American Latino Museum Internship and Fellowship Initiative will support students advancing careers in Latino museums and cultural preservation studies.

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Growing Sustainability: Event shares collaborative ways to shape more resilient communities, businesses

Growing Sustainability: Event shares collaborative ways to shape more resilient communities, businesses

UNT’s Advanced Environmental Research Institute hosted its first conference tackling environmental, social and governance challenges across public, private and civic sectors.

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UNT earns USDA grant to foster future leaders in food and fiber

UNT earns USDA grant to foster future leaders in food and fiber

With support from the USDA grant, the College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism will create an array of new academic offerings, events and research experiences to prepare future transformational leaders.

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Nearly $3M in U.S. NIH funding will boost UNT health-related research

Nearly $3M in U.S. NIH funding will boost UNT health-related research

Researchers in UNT's Department of Biomedical Engineering will bring new understanding to some of the world’s biggest health challenges — from cancer to dementia and epilepsy.

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College of Engineering doctoral student earns NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

College of Engineering doctoral student earns NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Ali Khan recently earned a $53,000 Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation, one of the most competitive research awards in the U.S. for a graduate student.

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With NASA grant, UNT engineers and chemists exploring new protective coatings for lunar exploration tech

With NASA grant, UNT engineers and chemists exploring new protective coatings for lunar exploration tech

Through the project, UNT professors and their external collaborators also will focus on encouraging future STEM professionals to pursue careers in space exploration.

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Engineering research to boost future manufacturing of critical military machinery

Engineering research to boost future manufacturing of critical military machinery

The research is supported by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory and will analyze the laser-based powder bed fusion additive manufacturing process.

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Chemistry student earns USDA fellowship for research with possible implications on food safety

Chemistry student earns USDA fellowship for research with possible implications on food safety

The award will support the investigation of a fungal endophyte that grows naturally on corn.

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Biology professor earns award for mentoring students to become next generation of researchers

Biology professor earns award for mentoring students to become next generation of researchers

Biology Professor Jannon Fuchs has been selected as the 2023 Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) - Goldwater Scholars Faculty Mentor Awardee.

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TAMS student earns Goldwater Scholarship for research exploring medical possibilities of machine learning

TAMS student earns Goldwater Scholarship for research exploring medical possibilities of machine learning

Jathin Pranav Singaraju's research is dedicated to enhancing technology for autonomous-based image processing to support the study of heart development and regenerative medical treatments.

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UNT launching program to train teachers, speech-language pathologists to better serve students with autism

UNT launching program to train teachers, speech-language pathologists to better serve students with autism

Project Communicate is a five-year program funded by a $1.24 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

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UNT’s Pettinger Center for Design and Innovation gives students resources to build creatively

UNT’s Pettinger Center for Design and Innovation gives students resources to build creatively

The Pettinger Center for Design and Innovation at UNT’s Discovery Park is a 7,429-square-foot center where engineering students can learn and have ample space and resources to create their North Texas Design senior projects.

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UNT researcher engineers bacteria to convert greenhouse gases into sustainable products

UNT researcher engineers bacteria to convert greenhouse gases into sustainable products

Calvin Henard’s work is backed by a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation and the Agile BioFoundry.

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With USDA grant, UNT to add agritourism course and project-based learning opportunities

With USDA grant, UNT to add agritourism course and project-based learning opportunities

Through new offerings in research and an academic course, the University of North Texas College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism will help prepare students to enter the booming agritourism industry.

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