New Device Could Help Doctors Head Off One Of Deadliest Complications Of COVID-19A new device could help doctors head off one of the deadliest complications of COVID-19, and it’s being developed in North Texas.
Researchers Mapping COVID-19 Hotspots Say Dallas County Residents More Vulnerable Than EverThe numbers show people in 75211, which covers Cockrell Hill and parts of Oak Cliff, are the most vulnerable to the virus.
Texas A&M Researchers Identify First COVID-19 Positive House Cats In TexasThe team identified two asymptomatic cats from different households tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 while living with a person diagnosed with COVID-19.
UNT Researchers: Mask Mandates Helping Slow Spread Of CoronavirusA new report from the UNT Health Science Center found masks may help Texas avoid another shutdown.
University Of North Texas Researchers Use DNA To Identify Homicide Victim 30+ Years LaterAn Arkansas man whose remains were found in Oklahoma more than 30 years ago, has been identified thanks to work by researchers at the University of North Texas and advances in DNA technology.
North Texas Researchers: Food Preservatives Could Make You LazyThe research focuses on inorganic phosphates, which are added to foods like cereals, packaged snacks and sodas.
Sensor That Detects Antibiotics, Pesticides In Food Developed In North TexasDevices like one developed at the Department of Bioengineering at University of Texas in Dallas could help consumers determine how much antibiotic or pesticide is in their food supply.
UT Arlington Looking To Become Health Research PowerAfter years of planning and construction, UT Arlington celebrated the opening of a new Science & Engineering Innovation & Research building on Friday.
North Texas Researchers Developing "Trap" To Fight CancerResearchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have developed what they are hoping will be a new tool in fighting cancer.
Doctors Hunt For Hidden Cancers With Glowing DyesDyes are being tested to make cancer cells light up so doctors can cut them out and give patients a better shot at survival.
Many Wonder If It’s An Ebola “Cure” Or “Recovery”As Fort Worth Doctor Kent Brantly walked out of the hospital, concern started to spread on social media. So are Brantly and Nancy Writebol actually "cured?" CBS 11 News set out to answer that question.
Texas Lawmakers Hold First Earthquake HearingThe new seismologist for the Railroad Commission of Texas hopes to know within a year what’s causing hundreds of earthquakes in Parker and Tarrant counties.