Chemistry students Kortney Melancon and Brooke Otten have been credited with the discovery of a new chemical bond, which will forever carry their names.
Kuruvilla John will travel to Kuwait as part of the Department of State’s U.S. Speaker Program. The trip is aimed at increasing awareness associated with air quality issues in Kuwait.
Two mechanical and energy engineering doctoral students received first and second place at the 10th Annual Graduate Research Symposium of the Federation of North Texas Universities.
Kamesh Namuduri, professor of electrical engineering, is part of a NASA project focused on research toward safely and effectively managing drone traffic in urban areas.
It’s no secret that membership in clubs is on the decline. Young Hoon Kim, associate professor of hospitality and tourism management, wants to change that.
Researchers at UNT's Kristin Farmer Autism Center are exploring how the interpersonal characteristics of therapists can affect the quality and outcomes of therapy for clients on the autism spectrum.
Xiangnan Zhong, assistant professor of electrical engineering, is researching ways to make robots smarter.
Yu-Luen Ma, professor of insurance and risk management, and her team studied Usage-Based Insurance or Pay-As-You-Drive-And-You-Save.
Eduardo Blanco, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, intends to use a $500,000 NSF CAREER grant to teach computers the intricacies of negation.
A UNT researcher and a 16-year-old student are working together to fight cancer with mathematics.
TAMS student Ritik Patnaik works with the college of Engineering, and the college of Health and Public Service to tackle issues of cybersecurity.
College of Science biological science professors Richard Dixon and Vladimir Shulaev have so much expertise in their respective fields they’ve become the go-to source for expert researchers.
Professor Idean Salehyan is recognized by the American Political Science Association as one of the most cited faculty members in his field.
Xuexia Wang was awarded $413,479 for her research on childhood cancer treatment-related adverse outcomes such as therapy related cardiac disease and subsequent malignant neoplasms.
Associate professor Ana Alonso is leading a research project to study a unique type of seed oil produced by the pennycress plant.