Natalie Parde, a graduate student in the UNT College of Engineering, has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for her work researching natural language processing – which makes it possible for computers to understand how humans talk and write.
Scholars Day gives students a chance to present their research in the same way that faculty members and other professionals present their research at conferences, either through display of research posters or by giving oral research paper presentations.
Join scientists, astronomers and other fans of the universe for a "Big Bang" event celebrating the opening of the M.R. and E. Hudson Foundation Planetwalk at 8 p.m. on April 5 (Saturday) at the UNT Rafes Urban Astronomy Center observatory.
The Innovation Greenhouse will host the Big D Big Data Hackathon beginning at 6 p.m. March 28 (Friday) through March 29 (Saturday) at the Microsoft Innovation Center in Irving, where participants will show off predictive analysis skills to judges, working professionals, entrepreneurs and more.
Engineering researchers at the University of North Texas have new, cutting-edge equipment and laboratory spaces to develop and test new bioproducts, discover new materials and test the latest in energy efficient products.
Zane Gibbs and Son Le, undergraduate biology students in the UNT Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program, each earned placements in the national Howard Hughes Medical Institute Exceptional Research Opportunities Program.
UNT's College of Engineering now offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biomedical engineering. The Department of Biomedical Engineering has become the college’s sixth department, with focus areas including biomedical instrumentation, bio mechanics and bioinformatics.
Dr. Narendra Dahotre, distinguished research professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at UNT, has been named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow.
UNT speech and hearing sciences professor Amyn Amlani and colleagues have conducted research that suggests smartphone-based hearing aid applications can be used as effective, short-term solutions for listeners with hearing loss. The study investigates the efficacy and perceived advantages of using smartphone applications as an alternative treatment option to traditional hearing aids.
Joshua Urbanovsky of Granbury, a UNT student in the College of Business and College of Engineering, was honored as one of the state’s top business students at the Texas Business Hall of Fame 31st Annual Induction Dinner Nov. 14 in San Antonio. Urbanovsky earned a $10,000 scholarship, which he plans to use to help pay for his doctoral degree in computer science at UNT.