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February 15th, 2012 Posted in Highlights

TAMS student named finalist in 2012 Intel Science Talent Search  Kurtis Carsch will present his work on developing a way to more efficiently convert methane gas into methanol in Washington, D.C. March 8 through 13.

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UNT Feral Cat Group to sponsor animal welfare conference Representatives from animal rescue groups from Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas are expected to attend the first animal welfare conference sponsored by UNT’s Feral Cat Group.

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UNT Libraries acquire historic publication focusing on equality for African-American students, teachers in Texas The Texas Standard, a publication recently placed on UNT’s Portal to Texas History, provides history on how members of the Colored Teachers State Association of Texas worked to bring quality education to African American children in Texas.

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UNT physics researchers working to advance infrared technology Professors Littler and Syllaios have received two grants totaling more than $1 million to research how changes in temperature and other properties affect the electrical conductivity of thin wafers of amorphous silicon.

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