Students Showcase Their Projects, Knowledge during Design Day

May 2013

Members of the student team that worked on the biodiesel processor with Dr. Tae-Youl Choi. A project that focused on Denton’s new animal shelter was featured in the Denton Record-Chronicle. Read more about the students, Vini Deraj, Jonathan Gallaway, David Olsen, Hayden Richardson and Nathan Wood...

Materials Science and Engineering Researcher Discovers New Phenomenon in Crystals

May 2013

Steel, a type of crystalline material, were first created more than 3,500 years ago, and are the most widely used material in the world. A University of North Texas materials scientist has discovered a new behavior in steel, which could help industry to develop stronger materials in the future. Dr...

UNT’s Sustainability Efforts Earn National Recognition

May 2013

The University of North Texas has become a leader in sustainability through collaborations, education, research and its daily operations. UNT’s eco-friendly education legacy began with water research in the 1930s. Today, the university combines an earth-friendly philosophy with hands-on experience...

Technology Could Replace Bone-cutting Surgical Tools With Laser

April 2013

Dr. Narendra Dahotre, professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, was featured in the Dallas Business Journal for a patent he filed on technology that could replace surgical saws, hammers and drills with lasers to cut bones. View the original Biz Journals article, or find...