SMU study finds earthquakes continue for years after gas field wastewater injection stops
Study: Cells of three aggressive cancers annihilated by drug-like compounds that reverse chemo failure
A new study by SMU biochemists finds that cells of three aggressive cancers are annihilated by drug-like compounds that reverse chemo failure.
Exploring the mysteries of the universe: Reality in the Shadows
Long ago, sort of, scenes from Star Wars triggered a child's imagination, so that today it's informed one of his research goals as a chemist.
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.
Election as a National Academy of Inventors fellow is the highest professional honor given to academic inventors.
SMU economist wins recognition for extensive landmark research on corruption.
For 300 million years faults showed no activity, and then wastewater injections from oil and gas wells came along. Study authors took a different approach in the new work — they hunted for deformed faults below Texas.
The Chronicle of Higher Education covered the research of SMU education policy expert Dominique Baker, an assistant professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership of Simmons School of Education and Human Development.