Guido Verbeck, assistant professor of chemistry, received a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Battlefield Forensic Program to develop a forensic tool that could soon make the analysis of evidence faster and more accurate in the wars against drugs and terror.
Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering professor Francis D’Souza receives grant.
Two UNT researchers earned more than $1 million in grants to study infrared technology, with $300,000 coming from the Army Research Office and $710,000 from L-3 Communications.
UNT continues to make strides in innovative research, scholarship and creativity.
Researchers led by Witold Brostow, director of UNT’s Laboratory for Advanced Polymers and Optimized Materials, have discovered a way to reinforce plastics at lower processing temperatures, resulting in energy savings and improved production efficiency.
Jung Hwan Oh, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, is developing software to improve colonoscopies so that polyps can be better detected and lives saved.
Associate professor receives the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers.