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College of Innovation

The first ever liquid-cooled Stirling engine with a segmented
rotary displacer was patented by Phil Foster,
associate professor and coordinator of mechanical
engineering technology in UNT’s College of
Engineering. The unique rotary displacer consumes
less energy than traditional Stirling designs.

By Leslie Wimmer

Features

Biocultural Conservation

Biocultural Conservation

The sub-Antarctic provides a model environment for studying the diversities of life.

By Adrienne Nettles

Plant Discoveries

Plant Discoveries

Improved crops and new bioproducts grow from the research of Richard Dixon.

By Leslie Wimmer

Digital Curation

Digital Curation

Digital collections, research and scholarship bring UNT international acclaim.

By Nancy Kolsti

Art Meets Science

Art Meets Science

Music, art and technology merge as faculty push the boundaries of their fields.

By Margarita Venegas

Honors College Research

Honors College Research

Students team with faculty to study water, therapeutic molecules, drinking and physiology.

By Jessica DeLeón

Economic Viability

Economic Viability

New composite index helps cities measure and battle urban blight.

By Ellen Rossetti

Departments

President's Note

Advancing research and economic development

News Briefs

Fulbright awards, medical research, student projects

Faculty Books

Race and the Cold War, science and politics, systemic thinking

Student Researchers

Sustainable fashion, ecotoxicology, musician health,
marketing, merchandising, nonprofit management

Faculty Researchers

Engineering, journalism, composition, psychology of physical activity, catalysts, behavior analysis, information aesthetics

End Note

Multidisciplinary research and high-quality faculty