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Dallas Morning News
Trial set for man accused of kidnapping Christina Morris from Plano's Shops at Legacystopped searching for the woman who loves giraffes and the color purple. After
Trial set for man accused of kidnapping Christina Morris from Plano's Shops at Legacy
Dallas Morning News / Posted 2 days ago
stopped searching for the woman who loves giraffes and the color purple. After earning a marketing degree in 2013 from the University of Texas at Dallas, Morris got a job with an online dating firm in Fort Worth. But she dreamed of one day starting... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Zika flourishes in the vagina, study findsinfection. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former disease detective at the Cente
Zika flourishes in the vagina, study finds
Dallas Morning News / Posted 3 days ago
infection. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former disease detective at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is a staff writer for The Dallas Morning News and professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. Twitter: @DoctorYasmin On Twitt... Read more
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PhysOrg
DNA chip offers big possibilities in cell studiesaspects of a human cell. This allows them to study the effects of anti-cancer d
DNA chip offers big possibilities in cell studies
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
aspects of a human cell. This allows them to study the effects of anti-cancer drugs on simulated cancer cells. Credit: University of Texas at Dallas A UT Dallas physicist has developed a novel technology that not only sheds light on basic cell... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
How healthy are Clinton and Trump? Voters deserve all the factsin chief. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former disease detective at the Center
How healthy are Clinton and Trump? Voters deserve all the facts
Dallas Morning News / Posted 5 days ago
in chief. Seema Yasmin, a physician and former disease detective at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is a staff writer for The Dallas Morning News and professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. Twitter: @DoctorYasmin On Twit... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
How UNT-Dallas' grand law school experiment could be overruledState University was cut short because of Hurricane Katrina. She eventually fin
How UNT-Dallas' grand law school experiment could be overruled
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 5 days ago
State University was cut short because of Hurricane Katrina. She eventually finished her degree in chemistry at the University of Texas at Dallas. While in Dallas, she watched someone she was close with struggle through the legal system... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Clinton, Trump use Twitter to instantly connect voters with campaignsan opponent. Candidates are able to speak to the public in a more direct and i
Clinton, Trump use Twitter to instantly connect voters with campaigns
Dallas Morning News / Posted 5 days ago
an opponent. Candidates are able to speak to the public in a more direct and interactive way with Twitter, said Johnson, a University of Texas at Dallas clinical assistant professor who studies political rhetoric on the social media platform. But... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Buying High vs. Bargain Hunting, The Dance Between Buyers and SellersXing Zhang, assistant professor of marketing at Fudan University and Ying Xie,
Buying High vs. Bargain Hunting, The Dance Between Buyers and Sellers
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 6 days ago
Xing Zhang, assistant professor of marketing at Fudan University and Ying Xie, associate professor of marketing at the University of Texas at Dallas, used an empirical approach for their research, recently accepted at Management Science. Photo... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Brain Research Gets National Science Foundation FundingOperationalizing students' textbooks annotations to improve comprehension and l
Brain Research Gets National Science Foundation Funding
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 9 days ago
Operationalizing students' textbooks annotations to improve comprehension and long-term retention. Zhenpeng Qin of the University of Texas at Dallas, Sub-millisecond optically triggered compound release to study real-time brain activity and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Buying high vs. bargain huntingXing Zhang, assistant professor of marketing at Fudan University and Ying Xie,
Buying high vs. bargain hunting
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Xing Zhang, assistant professor of marketing at Fudan University and Ying Xie, associate professor of marketing at the University of Texas at Dallas, used an empirical approach for their research, recently accepted at Management Science. The... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Texas schools rank on the list of the Top 100 universities in the worldUniversity of Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Hous
Texas schools rank on the list of the Top 100 universities in the world
Houston Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
University of Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston for placing in the Top 201-300 schools. University of Texas at Dallas, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and University of North Texas... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Olympic athletes say cupping therapy works, but science disagreessyasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me at @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at Th
Olympic athletes say cupping therapy works, but science disagrees
Dallas Morning News / Posted 13 days ago
syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me at @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at The Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. I worked as a medical doctor and disease detective before training to be a journalist. On... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Olympic athletes say cupping therapy works. Science disagrees.syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me at @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at Th
Olympic athletes say cupping therapy works. Science disagrees.
Dallas Morning News / Posted 13 days ago
syasmin@dallasnews.com or tweet me at @DoctorYasmin. I'm a medical writer at The Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas. I worked as a medical doctor and disease detective before training to be a journalist. On... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Black Lives Matter supporters say their Dallas work will continueliving normally as though nothing is wrong,” said Mokuria, who works at the Ins
Black Lives Matter supporters say their Dallas work will continue
Dallas Morning News / Posted 13 days ago
living normally as though nothing is wrong,” said Mokuria, who works at the Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas and is the mother of a 6-year-old boy. “We have to stop the killings of black people, brown... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
After Silicon Valley success with Ustream, Dallas' Brad Hunstable revving up next project in TexasThey plan to pursue licensing agreements with manufacturing plants or automobil
After Silicon Valley success with Ustream, Dallas' Brad Hunstable revving up next project in Texas
Dallas Morning News / Posted 15 days ago
They plan to pursue licensing agreements with manufacturing plants or automobile companies. Motor skills Babak Fahimi, a University of Texas at Dallas research scientist and professor of electrical engineering, researches renewable energy and... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
After success in Silicon Valley, Dallas entrepreneur Brad Hunstable comes home for new ventureThey plan to pursue licensing agreements with manufacturing plants or automobil
After success in Silicon Valley, Dallas entrepreneur Brad Hunstable comes home for new venture
Dallas Morning News / Posted 16 days ago
They plan to pursue licensing agreements with manufacturing plants or automobile companies. Motor skills Babak Fahimi, a University of Texas at Dallas research scientist and professor of electrical engineering, researches renewable energy and... Read more
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FOX News
Navy SEAL vet becomes scientist to study brain diseasesFor one aspiring cognitive scientist at the University of Texas at Dallas, the
Navy SEAL vet becomes scientist to study brain diseases
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
For one aspiring cognitive scientist at the University of Texas at Dallas, the prospect of treating veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury hits close to home— Morgan Luttrell, 40, was deployed nine times to Iraq and Afghanistan as a Navy... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
New UT-Dallas institute to be at forefront of training the braincholesterol. That day may come sooner in North Texas than anywhere else. On W
New UT-Dallas institute to be at forefront of training the brain
Dallas Morning News / Posted 17 days ago
cholesterol. That day may come sooner in North Texas than anywhere else. On Wednesday, Chapman, a neuroscientist at the University of Texas at Dallas, and her colleagues will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Brain Performance Institute.... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Navy SEAL-turned-scientist works to solve the puzzle of battlefield brain injuriesa less glamorous fashion than his brother. He’s studying to become a cognitive
Navy SEAL-turned-scientist works to solve the puzzle of battlefield brain injuries
Dallas Morning News / Posted 18 days ago
a less glamorous fashion than his brother. He’s studying to become a cognitive scientist and is on a doctoral track at the University of Texas at Dallas. His goal is to treat veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
How Childhood Hunger Can Lead to Adult Violence - It would not be a stretch of the imagination to presume that if you are reading this column you will have not experienced hunger today. Yet the same cannot be said for many young children in Texas ...donate food directly. The cost is minimal but the gains can be maximal. Alex R
How Childhood Hunger Can Lead to Adult Violence - It would not be a stretch of the imagination to presume that if you are reading this column you will have not experienced hunger today. Yet the same cannot be said for many young children in Texas ...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
donate food directly. The cost is minimal but the gains can be maximal. Alex R. Piquero is Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas. His column previously ran in The Dallas Morning News. Email: apiquero@utdallas... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Second look at second quarter shows DFW venture capital report was $64M offcapital investment total since the MoneyTree Report started tracking data in 19
Second look at second quarter shows DFW venture capital report was $64M off
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
capital investment total since the MoneyTree Report started tracking data in 1995. Jeremy Vickers, executive director of University of Texas at Dallas' Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, said he'd like the region to draw a steady 10... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Second look at second quarter shows DFW venture capital report was $64M offcapital investment total since the MoneyTree Report started tracking data in 19
Second look at second quarter shows DFW venture capital report was $64M off
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
capital investment total since the MoneyTree Report started tracking data in 1995. Jeremy Vickers, executive director of University of Texas at Dallas' Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, said he'd like the region to draw a steady 10... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
UT-Dallas tweaks campus carry rules to allow faculty to ban guns in officesUpdated at 11 a.m. Wednesday to reflect policy change at UT-Dallas. AUSTIN --
UT-Dallas tweaks campus carry rules to allow faculty to ban guns in offices
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
Updated at 11 a.m. Wednesday to reflect policy change at UT-Dallas. AUSTIN -- The University of Texas at Dallas has also changed its campus carry policy in recent days to allow faculty and staff to ban guns in their offices, so long as those work... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Alex R. Piquero: How childhood hunger leads to adult violencecenters, companies and other organizations, or donate food directly. The cost i
Alex R. Piquero: How childhood hunger leads to adult violence
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
centers, companies and other organizations, or donate food directly. The cost is minimal but the gains can be maximal. Alex R. Piquero is Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas. Email: apiquero@u... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Is Multitasking Bad For You Or Not?to understand the results. Sandra Bond Chapman, founder and chief director of
Is Multitasking Bad For You Or Not?
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
to understand the results. Sandra Bond Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for Brain Health at The University of Texas at Dallas, isn’t convinced. She says multitasking is detrimental when you’re trying to do two cognitively... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Through geek culture, North Texas parents share lessons and bond with their kidsmy fourth-grade teacher looking at me, going, ‘Why are you reading this?’” Hai
Through geek culture, North Texas parents share lessons and bond with their kids
Dallas Morning News / Posted 25 days ago
my fourth-grade teacher looking at me, going, ‘Why are you reading this?’” Hairston has been a research scientist at the University of Texas at Dallas’ W.B. Hanson Center for Space Sciences for almost 30 years. He is also a geek dad to his son... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Paul Diehl: Texas politicians should stop crafting solutions to problems that don't existfolly. It might please one's supporters, but it is no way to make public policy
Paul Diehl: Texas politicians should stop crafting solutions to problems that don't exist
Dallas Morning News / Posted 26 days ago
folly. It might please one's supporters, but it is no way to make public policy or address the real needs of the state. Paul F. Diehl is the Ashbel Smith Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. Email: pdiehl@utdallas... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Boot Campaign Unveils Innovative ReBOOT Program to Support Mental & Physical Treatment for Veterans - Boot Campaign is unveiling a ground-breaking new veteran assistance program – ReBOOT – designed to provide a comprehensive individualized multi...includes, but is not limited to, ReBOOT brain treatment partner's Brain Treatme
Boot Campaign Unveils Innovative ReBOOT Program to Support Mental & Physical Treatment for Veterans - Boot Campaign is unveiling a ground-breaking new veteran assistance program – ReBOOT – designed to provide a comprehensive individualized multi...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
includes, but is not limited to, ReBOOT brain treatment partner's Brain Treatment Center, Center For Brain Health at the University of Texas at Dallas, Brian Performance Institute, University of Texas, Southwestern and ReBOOT nutrition and... Read more
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CBS News
On tragic anniversary, Texas allows guns on campusto schools, allowing for gun-free or exclusion zones, reports CBS Dallas. The r
On tragic anniversary, Texas allows guns on campus
CBS News / Posted 27 days ago
to schools, allowing for gun-free or exclusion zones, reports CBS Dallas. The rules differ from campus to campus. At the University of Texas at Dallas you cannot have guns in five freshman dorms, but you can carry a weapon in most buildings --... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Texas' Campus Carry Law Now In Effect At Public Universitiesdoes give some leeway to schools, allowing for gun-free or exclusion zones. The
Texas' Campus Carry Law Now In Effect At Public Universities
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 27 days ago
does give some leeway to schools, allowing for gun-free or exclusion zones. The rules differ from campus to campus. At the University of Texas at Dallas you cannot have guns in five freshman dorms, but you can carry a weapon in most buildings —... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
'Okay To Say' Aims to End Mental Health Stigmaif we just start saying, 'It's okay to say, yeah I have a mental illness,'" Sli
'Okay To Say' Aims to End Mental Health Stigma
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 30 days ago
if we just start saying, 'It's okay to say, yeah I have a mental illness,'" Slider added. Daniel Peña, a 21-year-old University of Texas at Dallas student, also shared his story and said he suffered from uncontrollable emotions and... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
DFW's hottest home markets in 2016 are modest-price spots; see how your area comparessounding an alarm. "I see this sustaining for some time," said Randall S. Gutt
DFW's hottest home markets in 2016 are modest-price spots; see how your area compares
Dallas Morning News / Posted a month ago
sounding an alarm. "I see this sustaining for some time," said Randall S. Guttery, real estate programs director at the University of Texas at Dallas. "A lot of it has to do with all the corporate relocations we are seeing. "Relatively... Read more

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