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A new method devised by computational chemists Angela
Wilson and Thomas Cundari predicts the energies that hold
a molecule together - and break it apart - with much
greater accuracy and speed than was previously possible.
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Research at UNT is student centered, broad based and far reaching.
UNT research ranges from brain tracking to eye tracking, RFID to
VolP, early college high schools to early music.
Student research includes quantum mechanics, mathematical
modeling, computer programming and linguistic profiling.
Cultural health beliefs, computational perception of motion, space
station hardware and genetics occupy these former UNT students.
UNT authors write on emergency management, multiphase flows,
structural equation modeling and entrepreneurship.
Miguel Acevedo's research makes environmental issues clear.
Coastal sediments reveal ancient tsunamis and hurricane
storm surges. By Sara LaJeunesse
HEALTH SCIENCE CAREERS
PATHS project creates interest in health fields for
Hispanic students. By Cass Bruton
UNT scientists reach the Holy Grail of computational
chemistry. By Sally Bell
Few places on the planet have the lineup of microscopes
available at UNT. By .James Naples
IN CULTURAL CONTEXT
Ethnomusicology research covers women's music festivals
and African healing practices. By Cass Bruton
An art historian's quest for missing Iraqi art will help
preserve a culture. By Ellen Rossetti
MODELING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Zebrafish and chicken embryos shed light on hemophilia
and heart defects. By Kim MacQueen
Student's award winning research with nematodes may
help treat cell damage. By Nancy Kolsti
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