SMU and other members of a scientific consortium prepare for installation of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument to survey the night sky from a mile-high mountain peak in Arizona As part of a large scientific consortium studying dark energy, SMU physicists are on course to help create the largest 3-D map of the universe ever [...]
Female students exposed briefly to charismatic career women are inspired to pursue male-dominated field
Easy, inexpensive experiment briefly sent inspiring female role models into intro to econ classes and sharply increased college female interest in the male-dominated, well-paying field of economics.
Cyber grad and U.S. Marine Corps vet Michael Taylor proved his mettle as an outstanding student researcher
‘Outstanding student in computer science & engineering’ graduates Dec. 16 with master’s degree and Raytheon ticket to a Ph.D.
The modern link between high carbon levels and climate change didn’t appear to hold true for a time interval about 25 million years ago; but now a new study using a different methodology has found the link does indeed exist.
SMU Dark Matter Day celebration culminates in a dark matter rock hunt on Halloween
Study: New simple method determines rate at which we burn calories walking uphill, downhill, and on level ground
Study: New simple method determines rate at which we burn calories walking up, down, flat
Quartz magazine featured the research of SMU human speed expert Peter Weyand for a story about how world championship sprinter Usain Bolt runs so fast.
How Stuff Works covered the research of Peter Weyand and his colleagues on the asymmetrical running gait of the world's fastest man.
Slate online magazine journalist Adam Willis covered the research from the lab of SMU biomechanics expert Peter Weyand for a story about the world's fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt.