With funding from the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, three University of North Texas biologists are investigating the effects of oil on water and fish species in the Gulf of Mexico.
Top industry leaders and nationally recognized scholars are set to consult with faculty researchers in the Institutes of Research Excellence at the University of North Texas to provide critical insight on market-centric research, national funding opportunities and industry partnerships.
Pi, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, is celebrated globally every year on March 14.
University of North Texas Society of Women Engineers will co-host the 2016 Design Your World conference for girls in grades 6 through 12, parents and educators on April 2.
Associate Professor of biology Pamela Padilla has been elected to the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science Board of Directors.
The University of North Texas is ranked among the nation's 115 top-tier research universities, according to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education™ released Monday (Feb. 1).
Ruth West, an associate professor is just one of about 100 scientists, artists, writers and others selected from a call of applicants to attend the meeting on "Art and Science, Engineering and Medicine Frontier Collaborations: Ideation, Translation and Realization" Nov. 12-14 in Irvine, Calif.
Families interested in buying a telescope for their home will have a lot of questions: What are the pros and cons of refracting, reflecting and compound telescopes? What is the difference between an alt-azimuth mount and an equatorial mount? What kind of magnifying power do we need?
The University of North Texas launched four Institutes of Research Excellence, bringing together a critical mass of knowledge and faculty collaborating on projects designed to create a stronger platform for interdisciplinary research and partnerships with industry to create solutions and further contribute to the North Texas region’s economic growth.
Participants will be able to shoot photos of the moon close up with their smart phones and cameras. Admission to the watch party is $3 per person, cash or check only.