Stories

<p>Alan Kumar ('93, '98 M.S., '03 Ph.D.)</p>
Working to Battle Breast Cancer

2018 Spring

Two UNT alumni are fighting one of the most common forms of cancer.

<p>The MRF spaces photographed in Discovery Park on the UNT campus</p>
Materials Research Facility

2018 Spring

The facility's two dozen machines lead to cutting-edge discoveries made by students and faculty.

<p>From left, Raj Banerjee, Srinivasan Srivilliputhur, Deep Choudhuri and David Jaeger. (Photo by Ahna Hubnik)</p>
Revolutionary Research

2018 Spring

UNT researchers develop new cutting-edge materials.

<p>University of North Texas students in a materials science lab of Nandika D'Souza.</p>
Research and Innovation

2018 Spring

Through collaborations and creativity, UNT advances research and industry partnerships.

<p>From conducting research to assisting patients, UNT alumni are finding ways to attack one of the world's greatest enemies.</p>
Cancer Fighters

2018 Spring

In the seemingly endless war against cancer, UNT faculty and alumni are drawing their battle lines.

<p>Melissa Huffman</p>
Melissa Huffman

2017 Winter

A devastating hurricane season cements alumna's passion for work as a meteorologist.

Engineer, Entrepreneur and Educator

2017 Summer

Alexis Scott was named one of the 'Hidden Figures of Dallas.'

First Map Ever

2017 Summer

Biology doctoral student completes 3-D chemical imaging of a seed never before mapped.

<p>Diana Berman in lab</p>
Eliminating Reflections on Glass

2017 Summer

Materials science professor partners with Argonne National Laboratory on anti-reflective coating.

Leadership Institute

2017 Summer

Pamela Padilla was one of 15 chosen to attend institute for leaders in STEM fields.

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