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Green synthesis of olefin-linked covalent organic frameworks for hydrogen fuel cell applications

Description: This article creates a green strategy to fabricate a highly crystalline olefin-linked pyrazine-based covalent organic framework (COF) with high robustness and porosity under solvent-free conditions. This study opens up new possibilities for the green synthesis of advanced materials and provides important guidance for the rational design and synthesis of polymeric materials for proton-exchange membrane fuel cell applications.
Date: March 31, 2021
Creator: Wang, Zhifang; Yang, Yi; Zhao, Zhengfeng; Zhang, Penghui; Zhang, Yushu; Liu, Jinjin et al.
Partner: UNT College of Science

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1974 is originally from Ruabuk and speaks Hakha, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and English. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 31, 2021
Duration: 25 minutes 44 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1974 is originally from Ruabuk and speaks Hakha, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and English. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 31, 2021
Duration: 25 minutes 44 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1968 is originally from Farrawn (Thantlang) and speaks Hakha, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and English. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 31, 2021
Duration: 1 hour 6 minutes 53 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1968 is originally from Farrawn (Thantlang) and speaks Hakha, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and English. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 31, 2021
Duration: 1 hour 6 minutes 53 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1979 is originally from Vomkua and speaks Thantlang, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and Malay. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 28, 2021
Duration: 20 minutes 11 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Interview about health practices

Description: This is an interview about traditional health practices in the Lai community. The interviewee, born in 1979 is originally from Vomkua and speaks Thantlang, Falam, Mizo, Kawl, and Malay. Interviews were collected as part of the Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH) project, which aims to make health information more accessible and culturally relevant for the Chin refugee community in order to ensure that they are getting clear and accurate information.
Date: March 28, 2021
Duration: 20 minutes 11 seconds
Partner: UNT College of Information

Forming and Maintaining Communities of Practice in Online Professional Development

Description: This presentation explores building your own community of practice, addressing mindsets that may limit ideas, and discusses different approaches and frameworks for forming and maintaining communities of practice within online professional development. It was presented at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Texas Distance Learning Association (TxDLA) held on March 25-28, 2019 in Galveston, Texas.
Date: March 27, 2021
Creator: Ledford, Jenna & Roy, Meranda M.
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Accelerated reliability testing of Cu-Al bimetallic contact by a micropattern corrosion testing platform for wire bond device application

Description: This article presents a novel method of in-situ investigation of the device corrosion process to capture the real time mechanistic information not obtained in standard reliability testing.
Date: March 26, 2021
Creator: Ashok Kumar, Goutham Isaac; Alptekin, John; Caperton, Joshua; Salunke, Ashish & Chyan, Oliver Ming-Ren
Partner: UNT College of Science

[The Alamo historical site with reenactor wearing a face mask]

Description: Photograph of a reenactor in costume and standing in front of the left side of the historical Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. The reenactor is wearing dark blue pants, a light blue button up jacket with gold buttons, brown leather belt with a buckle, canvas cross belt, black top hat, black cloth face mask, and black leather boots. The reenactor is also holding a rifle and has a short knife in a holder on the belt. Metal fencing is to the right of the reenactor in the image. The main wooden door and two columns from the front façade of the Alamo is shown in the image.
Date: March 26, 2021
Creator: Woolston, Zachary
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Alamo "Living History Encampment" outdoor exhibit in San, Antonio]

Description: Photograph of an outdoor exhibit titled "Living History Encampment" at the historic Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. A man in a blue shirt and black top hat is shown in the distance to the right of the image behind a walking pedestrian in a white t-shirt, shorts, and sneakers who are both standing on the other side of the thin rope containing the exhibit. The exhibit contains a white awning or tent over historical props made to look like an old war-time era campsite. A clear and black cube box is situated on and around wooden logs and has a small red and yellow letter sign that reads "Donations." Another larger red and yellow letter sign hanging reads "Living History Encampment in old Baskerville-esque typeface lettering.
Date: March 26, 2021
Creator: Woolston, Zachary
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

The Perils of Complexity: A multi-stage study to determine necessary images for digitized scrapbook representation

Description: Presentation on a multi-stage study to assess national trends and user preferences for scrapbook representation undertaken by librarians at the University of North Texas. The stages of this study included a review of national trends in scrapbook digitization, as seen in the Digital Public Library of America; a paper-prototyping-inspired, in-person user study; and an online survey of user preferences. The results of this research have enabled the implementation of clear guidelines at the University of North Texas for scrapbook digitization that accounts for the user experience rather than strictly relying on personal opinion or local librarian consensus. It was presented at the Visual Resource Association Annual Conference held on March 22-26, 2021.
Date: March 26, 2021
Creator: Willis, Shannon & McIntosh, Marcia
Partner: UNT Libraries Digital Projects Unit
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Carrier photodynamics in 2D perovskites with solution-processed silver and graphene contacts for bendable optoelectronics

Description: Article reporting on the inkjet printed, direct contact study of solution-processed, 2D perovskite-based photodetectors (PDs) formed on flexible PI substrates. Silver (Ag) and graphene (Gr) inks have been engineered to serve as efficient electrical contacts for solution-processed two-dimensional (2D) organo-halide (CH3(CH2)3NH3)2(CH3NH3)n−1PbnI3n+1 (n = 4) layered perovskites, where all inkjet-printed heterostructure PDs were fabricated on polyimide (PI) substrates.
Date: March 25, 2021
Creator: Hossain, Ridwan F.; Min, Misook; Ma, Liang-Chieh; Sakri, Shambhavi R. & Kaul, Anupama
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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Carrier photodynamics in 2D perovskites with solution-processed silver and graphene contacts for bendable optoelectronics

Description: This article reports on the inkjet printed, direct contact study of solution-processed, 2D perovskite-based heterostructure photodetectors (PDs) formed on flexible polyimide (PI) substrates.
Date: March 25, 2021
Creator: Hossain, Ridwan F.; Min, Misook; Ma, Liang-Chieh; Sakri, Shambhavi R. & Kaul, Anupama
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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Detection of Parkinson's Disease Through Automated Pupil Tracking of the Post-illumination Pupillary Response

Description: This article describes a system for pupil size estimation with a user interface to allow rapid adjustment of parameters and extraction of pupil parameters of interest in order to identify Parkinson's disease (PD) as early as possible.
Date: March 25, 2021
Creator: Tabashum, Thasina; Zaffer, Adnaan; Yousefzai, Raman; Colletta, Kalea; Jost, Mary Beth; Park, Youngsook et al.
Partner: UNT College of Engineering

Episode 66: The Amazing Adventures of Bertha Benz with Anette Isaacs

Description: Podcast produced by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) that features an interview with German historian Anette Isaacs. Susan and Anette discuss the contributions of Bertha Benz to the German automotive industry.
Date: March 24, 2021
Duration: 51 minutes 01 second
Creator: University of North Texas. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Covalent organic framework nanofluidic membrane as a platform for highly sensitive bionic thermosensation

Description: Article reporting a nanofluidic membrane based on an ionic covalent organic framework (COF) that is capable of intelligently monitoring temperature variations and expressing it in the form of continuous potential differences. This article pioneers a way to explore COFs for mimicking the sophisticated signaling system observed in the nature.
Date: March 23, 2021
Creator: Zhang, Pengcheng; Chen, Sifan; Zhu, Changjia; Hou, Linxiao; Xian, Weipeng; Zuo, Xiuhui et al.
Partner: UNT College of Science
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Effects of dispersal strategy and migration history on genetic diversity and population structure of Antarctic lichens

Description: Article studying the effects of dispersal strategy and migration history on lichen genetic structure to better understand the importance of these processes and their interplay in shaping population structure as well as their relevance for conservation.
Date: March 23, 2021
Creator: Lagostina, Elisa; Andreev, Mikhail; Dal Grande, Francesco; Grewe, Felix; Lorenz, Aline; Lumbsch, H. Thorsten et al.
Partner: UNT College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
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Pb(ii) adsorption from aqueous solution by an aluminum-based metal organic framework–graphene oxide nanocomposite

Description: This article is motivated by the promise of emerging nanocomposites and reports for the first time the adsorption performance of an aluminum-based MOF (MIL-53(Al)) and GO nanocomposite for Pb(II) removal from aqueous solutions.
Date: March 22, 2021
Creator: Chowdhury, Tonoy; Zhang, Lei; Zhang, Junqing & Aggarwal, Srijan
Partner: UNT College of Engineering
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