School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Comets' Paths Converge on Life-Changing Adventure

Charlie Hannigan and Doug O Doug O'Laughlin BS'16 and Charlie Hannigan BS'16 met as strangers while hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail. Their shared adventure tested them physically and mentally - and forged a lifelong friendship. read more

Scientists Study the Powers of Tiny Crystals

Gassensmith and Dharmarwardana UT Dallas researchers are investigating the shape-changing behavior of semiconducting materials called naphthalene diimides, which could be harnessed to power micromachines or sensors. read more

UT Dallas Magazine: Artists, Scientists Blur Lines

Dr. Kathryn Evans conducting The creative process often blurs the lines between science and the humanities as UT Dallas researchers use concepts and tools from the arts to inspire or inform scientific inquiry, and vice versa. read more

Researchers Devise Decoy Molecule to Block Pain Where It Starts

Dr. Zachary Campbell Dr. Zachary Campbell and a team of researchers have developed a method of reducing pain-associated behaviors with RNA-based medicine, creating a new class of decoy molecules that prevent the onset of pain. read more

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