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Texas’ largest unmanned vehicle research facility unveiled at UNT

Texas’ largest unmanned vehicle research facility unveiled at UNT

The UNT Advanced Air Mobility (UAAM) test facility is part of UNT’s interdisciplinary research endeavors paving the way for the future of transportation and mobility.

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UNT engineering professor leading multi-institutional team using AI to speed up alloy design

UNT engineering professor leading multi-institutional team using AI to speed up alloy design

The research is supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation’s Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future program.

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UNT engineering researchers using additive manufacturing for metal composition and radio frequency research

UNT engineering researchers using additive manufacturing for metal composition and radio frequency research

The projects were funded by the U.S. Naval Research Office with separate grants totaling nearly $2.5 million.

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UNT experts ranked among world’s most cited for 2023

UNT experts ranked among world’s most cited for 2023

Nearly 80 UNT researchers across disciplines were included in the annual and career rankings of the world’s most cited researchers.

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Engineering adding X-ray diffraction system for aerospace materials research

Engineering adding X-ray diffraction system for aerospace materials research

The one-of-a-kind system is funded by a $2.6 million grant from the Army Research Office as part of its Defense University Research Instrumentation Program.

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Interdisciplinary team advancing infrared laser tech

Interdisciplinary team advancing infrared laser tech

The goal of the research is to investigate methods for maintaining temperature-stable lasers after long duration and high-power conditions.

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UNT hosts inaugural symposium aimed to make DFW ‘a leading force in AI’

UNT hosts inaugural symposium aimed to make DFW ‘a leading force in AI’

Collaborative artificial intelligence event brought North Texas universities together to boost research

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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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Engineering team advancing cognitive distributed sensing with U.S. Army grant

Engineering team advancing cognitive distributed sensing with U.S. Army grant

UNT’s portion will be $3.76 million this first year, with a possibility of additional funding over the next four years.

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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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UNT leads new Department of Energy consortium on emerging semiconductors and technologies

UNT leads new Department of Energy consortium on emerging semiconductors and technologies

The $5 million National Nuclear Security Agency award involves more than 15 researchers across the nation.

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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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National Science Foundation recognizes biomedical engineering professor with CAREER award

National Science Foundation recognizes biomedical engineering professor with CAREER award

Melanie Ecker will use the $553,036 award given through the NSF’s Faculty Early Career Development Program to further her research on using smart polymers for biomedical applications.

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UNT receives $1 million to lead network of regional organizations selected for initial NSF Engines Development Award

UNT receives $1 million to lead network of regional organizations selected for initial NSF Engines Development Award

The team will focus on transforming logistics in the Texoma Region, which covers 26 counties and is bordered on the south by the Dallas-Fort Worth area and north by the Choctaw Nation in Oklahoma.

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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 professors part of national NSF-funded effort to develop new vehicle technologies

UNT professors part of national NSF-funded effort to develop new vehicle technologies

The Center for Electric, Connected and Autonomous Technologies for Mobility will leverage research across academic disciplines and industry expertise.

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UNT researchers studying sustainable food production methods

UNT researchers studying sustainable food production methods

A team of interdisciplinary researchers is exploring how the desalination of brackish water could make food production more sustainable.

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