Author Archives: Sarah Sage

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Faculty in Focus: Study by Dr. Kouros appears in Time magazine

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Faculty in Focus: Jodi Cooley and the "Hunt for dark matter takes physicists deep below earth’s surface, where WIMPS can’t hide"

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Daily Mail: Now that’s a Jurassic Park! ‘World class’ treasure trove of dinosaur footprints discovered in national park

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Science: What Caused a 1300-Year Deep Freeze?

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Satellite view of volcanoes finds the link between ground deformation and eruption

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Research Day 2014

Research Day 2014, a set on Flickr. SMU graduate and undergraduate students are invited and encouraged to present results of ongoing and completed SMU-based research. The goal of this event is to foster communication between students in different disciplines, give … Continue reading

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Photos: Research Day 2014

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Free Course on Intellectual Property and Information Technology

14th Annual Short Course on Intellectual Property and Information Technology January 17-18, 2014: Friday 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am-1:00 pm Palmer Conference Center for Engineering Leadership Caruth Hall, Rm. 406 3145 Dyer Street, Dallas, TX 75205 Non-credit complimentary SMU … Continue reading

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Funding Opportunity – Research Associateship Programs

Research Associateship Programs National Research Council of the National Academies: Applications Sought for Graduate, Postdoctoral and Senior Research Associateship Awards The National Research Council of the National Academies announces the 2013 Graduate, Postdoctoral and Senior Research Associateship Programs to be … Continue reading

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Christiaan Ketelaar, PhD student in the Department of Mathematics, creates “Thin Film Rupture” for Lark in the Park

Thin Film Rupture – calculation of the voltage required to propel electrically-charged ink through the cartridge of an ink-jet printer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bj5V3jjYoE

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