Winter 2016: Breakthrough Newsletter
Research and Activities of UH’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
The Winter 2016 issue of Breakthrough covers research and activities in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Houston.
- Uncovering the Climate of Jupiter, Saturn and Titan
- Chemistry Researchers Design Material with Potential Use in Solid-State Lasers
- Frank McKeon Joins UH to Direct Somatic Stem Cell Center
- Ph.D. Student Receives $26,000 Fellowship to Study Calcium Signaling in Neurons
- Hackers Gonna Hack: UH Gets $2.6M to Protect Next-Gen 911 Centers
- Math Competition Draws More than 400 Middle/High School Students
- Wellner Selected as a 2016 AAPG Distinguished Lecturer
- Culture & Science Unites Alumni, Friends, Faculty and Staff
- Fifty NSM Students Present Work at UH's Undergraduate Research Day
- Geology Graduate Student in Norway for Semester Exchange Program
- NSM Pride: Awards and Honors
- Scenes Around NSM
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