Research at UT Dallas

Advancing Research

The Office of Research and Innovation fosters the advancement of cutting-edge research discoveries and technology at the University of Texas at Dallas, an innovative institution in the heart of North Texas that has achieved Tier One national research status.

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thumbnail Study: Ignoring Black Peers Leads Whites to Poor Decisions
A study by a University of Texas at Dallas researcher published Sept. 17 in the journal Science Advances identifies a pattern of racial attention deficit, shedding light on why diversity efforts in organizations often fail. It also suggests a remedy: When white workers can witness the accomplishments of Black peers — rather than being told [...]

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thumbnail Team’s Online Project Aims To Expand Scope of Psychology Research
The online developmental research platform project, referred to as CRADLE, will be designed to allow for larger studies with more participants, while also making longitudinal studies easier than before. When the COVID-19 pandemic limited ways to conduct in-person developmental psychology studies, researchers pivoted to create an innovative solution that now, with new National Science Foundation [...]

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thumbnail FDA Approves Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy Created at UT Dallas
From left: Dr. Seth Hays, Dr. Robert Rennaker and Dr. Michael Kilgard are three of the principal UT Dallas researchers behind the innovation of vagus nerve stimulation to treat a variety of neurological issues, including poor hand function after a stroke. (2017 file photo) For the 7 million American survivors of stroke, increasing the effectiveness [...]

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