Andrew Torget plans to present a full semester class on Texas history in less than two days
A new course at the University of North Texas is bringing blockchain for business to the classroom.
Free registration available for Texas parents of children with autism spectrum disorder
April Barnes has been named the associate vice president for budget and analytics at the University of North Texas.
The dusty coat on your car after a rainstorm has a real purpose in our environmental ecosystem, according to a recent scientific study.
Calcium may trigger certain cancers in African Americans
The Health and Medicine Division of the National Academy of Sciences has long recommended that adults consume at least 1,000 milligrams of calcium daily, and women age 50 and older should consume even more. What’s great advice for Americans with European ethnicity, however, may not be great advice for Americans with West African ancestry. That demographic has high susceptibility to certain cancers when exposed to America’s calcium-rich, dairy food culture, according to UNT History Professor Constance Hilliard, researcher in evolutionary African history.