Grants totaling more than $1.4 million from the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation are adding to the University of North Texas’ efforts to improve cybersecurity education — and ultimately fight cybercrime — in the U.S.
Can engineering change the basic laws of physics? That is one of the questions three professors and a former student at the University of North Texas are attempting to answer.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Shengli Fu, UNT's College of Engineering associate professor and chair of electrical engineering, a $250,000 grant for drone research and development.
For military personnel, internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective alternative to meeting regularly with a therapist, according to study by Daniel Taylor, professor of psychology and director of UNT's Sleep Health Research Laboratory.
Anupama Kaul, an expert in nanomaterials research, has been named director of UNT's College of Engineering PACCAR Technology Institute.
Guido Verbeck, UNT associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, patented an algorithm that works with a high-tech tool to detect the location of chemical streams. Now, he’s using it in technology that can detect not only chemicals, but biological threats.
UNT’s logistics and criminal justice faculty are coming together to help the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) combat racial profiling.
The region’s creative economies – the performing and visuals arts, music studios, museums and advertising agencies for example – contribute roughly $34 billion annually to the region.
A UNT materials scientist created a coating for glass that could make mobile phone screens easier to read, reduce glare on a car windshield and more.
A UNT researcher is developing digital technology to detect flaws in fabric at domestic textile mills – saving companies time and money.
Using her understanding of what difficulties middle and high school students with visual impairments face when studying computing, she created curriculum and tools to help them overcome the obstacles.
If the parents of fish are exposed to oil, the next generation has an increased resistance to oil. However, this resistance may only last a few generations and go away when all the spilled oil is finally gone.
The UNT Child Development Laboratory has increased the opportunities for students to research the growth, development, learning and engagement of children.
UNT is part of a collaboration to make the next generation of tactical shelters for the U.S. Army.
A UNT chemist is part of an international team that imprinted a sequence of a single strand DNA using a polymer matrix.