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ImprovingHealth Improving Lives
Improving public health starts by addressing the needs of Houston's marginalized communities and providing critical services and information to those who need it most.
Researchers across UH are empowering families to take charge of their health futures.
School nurses are the front line of public health for many children. For the rest of us, it is often a pharmacist.
Cybersecurity in 2017 means preparing for an ever-shifting list of threats
A message from VP Elnashai.
At UH, we're doing some pretty amazing research. But don’t take our word for it. Check out some of the places UH has been highlighted around the nation.
UH alumna Patrice O. Yarbough studies the dynamics of teamwork in confined spaces to help NASA's astronauts on the International Space Station.
New and sometimes contradictory rules force academic research divisions to juggle competing demands.
Zachary Turpin found the clue that ultimately led him to a lost novella by 19th century writer Walt Whitman with the click of a mouse.
Because serious questions deserve serious answers…
The City of Houston, its universities, and top young minds are working to boost the city’s innovation scene and support its growing industry needs.
Three things are true: (1) We are the only species that cannot live without technology. (2) All new technology brings about dangerous revenge effects. (3) Humankind cannot live without creating new technology.