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Carbon nanotube sound projectors: low-frequency operation
Carbon nanotube sheets encapsulated in inert gases show promise for transparent and flexible audio loudspeakers and high-power sound projectors for SONAR. This thermoacoustic sound generation combines the principles of a heat engine, Carnot's theorem and fluid dynamics at the nanoscale.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
EEG study findings reveal how fear is processed in the brain
September 12, 2014 - An estimated 8% of Americans will suffer from post traumatic stress disorder at some point during their lifetime. Brought on by an overwhelming or stressful event or events, PTSD is the result of altered chemistry and physiology of the brain.
Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings
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Fri Sep 12, 2014
Hookah smoking a hot trend for young adults but clouded by health concerns
Clouds of sickly sweet blackberry smoke are billowing out of Isaac Doss' mouth. He takes a long draw from the bubbling hookah and passes the pipe to Kara Brick.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
USA Today readers think Dallas skyline is great
City: New York City, N.Y. Rank: 5 Tallest building: One World Trade Center or "Freedom Tower" As Houston Metro continues to add to its light rail projects, one wonders if it will ever catch up to Dallas, which boasts the nation's longest light-rail network. See how Houston's rail line is changing our city and other ways we compare to our northern neighbor.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Article lists top 30 master's accountancy programs under $22K per year
"Master's degree" might not always be synonymous with "cheap," but there's good news for students who wish to enter a graduate accountancy program and not break the bank. Educational website Masters in Accounting Degrees has ranked their top 30 graduate programs for accounting, all under $22,000 per year.
Life Lessons: 5 brain drains to avoid
If you want your brain to function at its best, you have to make sure you're treating it right. Like many women her age, she found out she was making mistakes when it came to her brain health; brain-draining mistakes like multi-tasking .
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Dallas Morning News
LIFT will hold its biggest fundraiser of the year Sept. 18
LIFT will host Toast to Literacy, its largest fundraiser of the year, at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at Union Station in downtown Dallas.
Dallas Morning News
Think hookah is safer than cigarettes? Think again
Friends hang out at Kush Mediterranean Grill & Hookah Bar on Lower Greenville. Smoking a hookah is trendy among the young, but many have no idea they are inhaling a cigarette pack's worth of nicotine and tar in a single session, says researcher Thomas Eissenberg.
Medical News Today
White matter damage, cognition after traumatic axonal injury
Traumatic Axonal Injury is a form of traumatic brain injury that can have detrimental effects on the integrity of the brain's white matter and lead to cognitive impairments. A new study from the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas investigated white matter damage in the acute and chronic stages of a traumatic axonal injury in an effort to better understand what long-term damage may result.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
Senior Moment or Dementia?
DALLAS More than 35.6 million people worldwide have some form of dementia. It's a frightening condition that can rob you of your most precious memories.
Sat Sep 06, 2014
The Playlist: A Brand New Book
In her forthcoming memoir , state Sen. Wendy Davis talks about the difficulties of her childhood, her two failed marriages and her political career, among other things. This inspired us to start this week's playlist with "A Brand New Book" by Graham Parker.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
UTD Students: We Were Excluded From Abbott Event
Republican attorney general and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott speaks one-on-one with members of the media following his appearance at a Congress Avenue coffeehouse on July 10, 2014. When Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott unveiled his higher education plan on the University of Texas at Dallas campus Tuesday, students were not invited to watch, according to the president of the university's student government.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Abbott calls for more transferable credits in higher education plan
Tuesday, Greg Abbott, attorney general and Republican gubernatorial candidate, advocated making credits transfer more easily and expanding online credit-eligible courses in his higher education plan. Abbott unveiled the plan at UT-Dallas and outlined six points that would be hit by the fourth phase of his policy.
Longitudinal study explores white matter damage, cognition after traumatic axonal injury
Traumatic Axonal Injury is a form of traumatic brain injury that can have detrimental effects on the integrity of the brain's white matter and lead to cognitive impairments.
Scholars: "Grit" May Not Be Related to Creativity
Interesting new research on the lack of connection between grit and creativity. However, I do think in order to make it in most creative endeavors, you have to be persistent and have stamina to deal with failure.
Study finds wide gap in compensation from '07 South Korean oil spill
Although nearly eight years have passed since a major oil spill in South Korea, compensation and recovery efforts appear to be far from satisfactory, and the affected communities continue to suffer the effects of the disaster.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Abbott, Davis spend first day on campaign traila
On the traditional opening day of the fall political campaign season, the candidates for Texas governor stumped for student votes.
Abbott to call for credit for massive online courses
Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will call for students to receive college credit for taking massive open online courses, often referred to as "MOOCs", as part of the higher education plan he unveils on Tuesday, sources with knowledge of his plans say.
Abbott to Call for Credit for Massive Online Courses
Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will call for students to receive college credit for taking massive open online courses - often referred to as "MOOCs" - as part of the higher education plan he unveils on Tuesday, sources with knowledge of his plans say.