Research News

Research News

Creative Discovery

Creative Discovery

Three UNT faculty members have been pursuing creative research projects as 2023-24 Institute for the Advancement of the Arts Faculty Fellows.

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Innovative Spaces

Innovative Spaces

Through UNT’s shared research facilities, researchers on campus and industry partners can access the latest high-tech equipment and spaces to carry out the most sophisticated projects and analysis.

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Meet the Dean

Meet the Dean

College of Engineering Dean Paul Krueger — a pioneer in squid locomotion — values interdisciplinary research and an insatiable curiosity.

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Workforce of the Future

Workforce of the Future

UNT faculty and staff are initiating programs to ignite careers, inspire lives and invent new products.

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Improving Health Literacy

Improving Health Literacy

UNT researchers across disciplines are studying health literacy to get a better understanding of how people receive and use information to make informed decisions about their health.

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UNT researcher expanding knowledge of women’s maternal health

UNT researcher expanding knowledge of women’s maternal health

Julia Heck’s research sheds light on the effects of environmental toxins and genetic conditions on maternal and child health.

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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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Transforming Therapeutics

Transforming Therapeutics

UNT researchers are exploring more efficient and sustainable drug discovery techniques and treatments.

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Designing Greenspaces

Designing Greenspaces

UNT researchers collaborate with city of Lewisville to provide equitable park access.

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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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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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AI in the Classroom

AI in the Classroom

UNT is working to integrate AI at the institutional level and bringing the technology into classroom instruction.

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Innovation Fueled by AI

Innovation Fueled by AI

UNT researchers are harnessing the power of AI to transform a variety of industries from health care and business to transportation and emergency management.

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Nurturing a Sonic Ecosystem

Nurturing a Sonic Ecosystem

In the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, UNT alum Garrison Gerard's research came to life in an immersive, live-generated “sonic ecosystem."

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Sight & Sound

Sight & Sound

UNT’s Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia celebrates six decades of exploring new frontiers in music and arts technologies.

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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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USDA grants support cotton studies and enhance research capabilities with high-resolution tissue dissection and collection

USDA grants support cotton studies and enhance research capabilities with high-resolution tissue dissection and collection

Recent funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture is being used to further understanding of cotton plant development and purchase a laser microdissection system.

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Information Science scholars studying cultural record preservation at Minority-Serving Institutions

Information Science scholars studying cultural record preservation at Minority-Serving Institutions

UNT researchers will comprehensively examine the landscape of Minority-Serving Institution archives and special collections with a grant from the U.S. National Endowment for Humanities.

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Chemistry professor recognized for outstanding contributions to physical sciences

Chemistry professor recognized for outstanding contributions to physical sciences

Shengqian Ma, a global leader in nanoporous materials research, is the first-ever UNT recipient of the award from the Texas Academy of Medicine, Engineering, Science and Technology.

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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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