Posted on · Students are growing up in a world with a climate crisis, school shootings, geopolitical strife, toxic social media, “and these kids aren't stupid, they see that,” Temple said.
Posted on · Scientists from across the country are in Houston this summer to study whether tiny particles like soot and dust are making storms more intense.
Posted on · A University of Houston researcher says bringing your whole self to work benefits both the employee and the employer.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: A new study examines Houstonians' views on Muslims. We discuss how the Catholic Church can gain back credibility. We break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And comedian Paula Poundstone answers some very random questions we throw at her.
Posted on · Mimi Swartz discusses her book Ticker: The Quest to Create an Artificial Heart.
Posted on · The study focused on the country's most dangerous roads from 2010 through 2016
Posted on · Curiosity also has confirmed sharp seasonal increases of methane in the Martian atmosphere
Posted on · An ethical rule prohibits embryos from being studied outside of the human body past 14 days. But, with recent scientific advances, should we reconsider?
Posted on · Research from Baylor College of Medicine indicates that, following the 2016 election, many individuals have reported intrusive thoughts -- and even ritualistic behaviors -- associated with anxiety and stress related specifically to the state of politics.
Posted on · A new report from Rice University examines college enrollment of HISD students and found some large disparities.
Posted on · Lawmakers in several states are debating age limits to play certain sports.
Posted on · Recent mass shootings have forced government officials to address the lack of research funding
Posted on · High School athletes often raise money door-to-door for their teams. In Newton, Mass., a football player rang the doorbell of a leading brain injury researcher. Instead of money, he got a talk.
Posted on · University of Houston researcher Dr. Jeffrey Rimer and his colleagues have identified a substance that could potentially reduce kidney stone growth by 90 percent.
Posted on · Millions of dollars in grants are going to Harvey-related research projects that are just getting underway