Study: Pregnancy-Related Deaths On The Rise In TexasPregnancy-related deaths in Texas are on the rise.
UTA Researchers Look To Solve Anger IssuesUniversity of Texas in Arlington researchers are testing a new theory involving emotions and anger management.
University Of North Texas Team Helps Develop Drug-Sniffing CarOn patrol through a small neighborhood of old trailer homes, there was a clue something was wrong. We couldn’t see it, or smell it -- but the car we were in could.
2 Texas Professors Among 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows WinnersCarnegie Corporation of New York announced 33 winners of its prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellows in recognition of their proposed research on an array of topics in the social sciences and humanities and two Texas professors are among them.
Nat'l Institutes Of Health Taking 1st Steps In Precision Medicine ProjectThe Obama administration is moving ahead with a major project to learn how to better tailor treatments and preventive care to people's genes, environment and lifestyle.
Nation Losing Ground In HIV/AIDS Fight In Minority CommunitiesIf current HIV diagnosis rates persist, about half of all gay black men and a quarter of gay Latino men in the United States will be infected with HIV in their lifetime.
Medical Professionals Take Notice Of Freshman’s Science Fair ProjectDavid Yue of Plano has a science fair project that has caught the attention of North Texas medical professionals.
3 Lab Workers Get Sick At Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center SiteAuthorities are trying to determine what sickened three lab workers at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center complex.
Mary Kay To Build New Research & Development HQ In North TexasMary Kay Inc. has announced they will build their new global manufacturing and research and development operations facility here in North Texas.
Texas Researcher Finds Heavy Metals Around River After Mine SpillResearchers from Texas say they found accumulations of heavy metals from the Gold King Mine spill around the riverbank in Colorado and New Mexico. David Weindorf of Texas Tech University and Kevin Lombard of New Mexico State University say they found patches of discolored sludge containing elevated levels of iron, copper, zinc, arsenic and lead along the river.
Texas Based Dell To Invest $125B In ChinaThe computer maker said Thursday that it will invest $125 billion in the country over the next five years.
Gov. Abbott Dedicates Billions To Elevate Higher EducationThanks to a new law set to kick in on September 1, Texas Colleges and Universities will have an additional $4 billion to elevate their national standing in research.

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