See the latest news about discoveries, inventions, designs and scholarly achievements at UT Dallas – breakthroughs that are taking the University toward its goal of becoming one of the nation’s best public research universities.
Dr. Majid Minary, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, has received a grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to design high-performance materials inspired by bone that could be used in airplanes and other defense applications. read more
Researchers from six universities across the country recently were approved for new projects using data from the UT Dallas Education Research Center. The center's joint advisory board accepted the four research projects, which focus on Texas students, teachers and schools. read more
An international team led by UT Dallas has discovered that fishing line and sewing thread can be converted to powerful artificial muscles. The new muscles can lift 100 times more weight and generate 100 times higher mechanical power than the same length and weight of human muscle. read more
The longer hours men work, the healthier their wives are, according to new research by UT Dallas post-doctoral research associate Dr. Sibyl Kleiner. The study examines potential consequences of men's and women's work time on the health of their spouses. read more