Cool, clear water: is the worst yet to come?

Cool, clear water: Is the worst yet to come?

Spring floods can't take focus away from potential future problems. UNT's Advanced Environmental Research Institute team is working to ensure the world has ample water for the future.

Partner Spotlight
Cape Horn It's winter in the Southern Hemisphere

While summer is heating up here, it's winter in the Southern Hemisphere. Through a partnership with Chile's government and several South American universities, UNT researchers are working at Cape Horn, on Chile's southern tip, and it's pretty cold there right now.

Research Spotlight
Alexandra Ponette-Gonzalez
In the cool shade of the mighty oak

Post and blackjack oak trees in full foliage may provide more benefits for humans than just blocking winds and casting shade to cool the ground on hot days. A UNT geographer's research into trees earned her an NSF CAREER Award.

Cheng Yu
Cold-formed steel — a summer read

The book on cold-formed steel construction is now available! UNT researcher Cheng Yu has published a great book for designing and building sustainable and energy-efficient cold-formed steel buildings.

UNT Aviation logistics
Take the heat off the airport rush
UNT aviation logistics students developed Paeros - the concept for a mobile application that could help travelers navigate airports more easily. The app concept helped UNT dominate a recent student research competition.

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