As we move into 2019, we’re reflecting on the stories behind the people and places that grabbed our readers’ attention this year.
Each week, Lance Murray does a little research of his own, looking for scientists, professors, engineers, entrepreneurs—anybody, really—engaging in research and development across North Texas.
Here are the 12 most-read discovery stories for 2018.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the research taking place at laboratories and universities across North Texas. Here are some of the stories of how they better our world.
Every day, researchers and scientists across North Texas are discovering new things to improve our health and make our lives easier. Here are some of their stories.
Researchers and scientists across North Texas are doing important work to improve our lives, our health, and our world. Here are some of their stories.
Scientists and researchers in Dallas-Fort Worth are doing important work that improves our lives, our health, and our world. Here are some of their stories.
Plus, researchers may have found a common link between four neurological conditions. Find out more in the weekly roundup of research and development in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Plus, UT Southwestern examines high-tech mental health strategies. Find out more in the weekly roundup of research and development in Dallas-Fort Worth.
7. Solving Century-old Mystery Helps Scientist Win Prize, Grant Targets Measuring UAV Group Performance
Researchers across North Texas are making disoveries and conducting research that help make our world better. Here are some of their stories.
Research and scientific breakthroughs are happening every day in laboratories and universities across North Texas. Here are some of their stories.
Also, UNT professor Tao Yang has received an award for his research into electrical distribution microgrids. Here are some of the research projects underway in North Texas aimed at making our lives better.
Scientists and researchers across North Texas are making breakthroughs and discoveries every day. Here are some of the stories of how they better our world.
Plus, nicotine has the potential to reduce inflammation in lupus patients and kids with hearing loss are more likely to be bullied. Find out more in our weekly look at R&D in Dallas-Fort Worth.
All across North Texas, scientists and researchers are developing new and exciting things and making revolutionary discoveries. Here some of their stories.
More research and development stories:
R&D: UTA Professor’s Quest to Unify Storm Forecasts; UTSW Studies ‘Couch Potato’ Behavior
In this roundup of research and development work going on in North Texas, you’ll also learn about a $3M gift to the UNT Health Science Center that will fund an endowed chair and benefit Alzheimer’s research.
R&D: UTSW Works on Alzheimer’s Prevention Drug; UTA prof tackles pipeline leaks
You’ll also find out about an SMU physicist who’s been named a fellow in a prestigious science group in the roundup of research and development activity in North Texas.
R&D: UTD Seeks Answers to Migraine Questions, UTA Gets Grant to Study Area’s Water Resources
Also, you’ll learn about how Dallas-based scientists’ genome sequencing work could lead to improvements in sugarcane crops in this roundup of research activity in North Texas.
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