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A Desire to Teach and Help: Computer Science Student Undertakes Video Project
Computer science Ph.D. candidate uses image analysis of lecture videos to create visual summaries.

Researching the Smallest Properties of Nuclear Particles
Doctoral student Jamie Stafford studies most fundamental nature of physics.

Examining Therapeutic Targets for Kidney Disease
University of Houston researcher tackles proteins found in disease.

Cosmological Mysteries - UH Physicists are Asking Big Questions about the Universe
$1.65 million grant will fund projects in neutrino oscillation.

University of Houston Receives Licensing Executive Society’s 2020 Deal of Distinction in CEEM Sector
Award given to physics professor Mark Meier’s industry-supported consortium.

Celebrating Our 2020 Grads – Virtually
Nearly 1,400 students graduate with NSM degrees in 2020.

Machine Learning Boosts the Search for ‘Superhard’ Materials
Model predicts promising new materials.

Explained: Political Polarization
Economic inequality can cause it; reversing it is difficult.


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