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INITIATIVES FOR EXCELLENCE
In my travels within the state of Texas and in other parts of the country, I meet many UH alumni who are astonished when they learn how the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the University of Houston have changed since they were on campus. A particular source of amazement and pride is that NSM is at the forefront of scientific research in fields such as BioNano Technology, biomedical science, and energy and air quality research, using computational resources and instrumentation that rank among the best in the nation.  More...
NSM's First Graduate Stays Connected with Alma Mater
Jack Battle didn’t recognize much of the University of Houston campus when he returned to his alma mater for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Science and Engineering Research and Classroom Complex (SERCC) on December 5, 2003. That’s because the alumnus graduated from the university in June 1937 when most of the classes were held at San Jacinto High School. More...
Dean's Advisory Council Essential to Planning at NSM
The College of Natural Sciences at the University of Houston inaugurated its Dean’s Advisory Council for the 2004-2005 academic year on April 1 and 2, 2004. Dean Bear works closely with the Advisory Council to accomplish the goals of the College. More...
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Mentoring Young Minds: Dr. Rigoberto Advincula Uses Research to Teach
Imagine a thin, flexible computer screen that rolls up like a sheet of paper, a blood test performed without the prick of a needle, and sensors that detect chemical and biochemical toxins before they can harm us. Dr. Rigoberto Advincula, associate professor of chemistry at UH, imagines these things and so do his students.  More...

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Improving Air Quality in Houston
Maintaining a balance between computer modeling and measuring, UH researchers from the Institute for Multidimensional Air Quality Studies (IMAQS), use sophisticated computational tools to provide information about air quality. More...
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