What do video games and oil exploration have in common? Both require very demanding computer applications that can rapidly process massive amounts of data.
At the University of Houston, new technology is helping research faculty and transforming the way undergraduate biology and biochemistry students learn about human anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Since authoring his first peer-reviewed article as a freshman, this physics alumnus has shined as a research prodigy.
Two University of Houston Scientists Elected as AAAS Fellows
Graur, Ottinger recognized by society for contributions to their fields.
In Memoriam: Robert E. Sheriff, 1922-2014
Robert E. Sheriff, professor emeritus in the University of Houston's Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and long-time departmental benefactor, passed away in Missouri City on November 19.
Radiation Monitors Tested on Space Station Pave Way for Future Missions
Award marks site of 1987 discovery of high temperature superconductivity above 77K.