Earthquake activity linked to injection wells may vary by region
The Williston Basin in north central U.S. produced fewer earthquakes caused by wastewater injection than in Texas, suggesting the link between seismicity and production activities may vary by region, according ...
Physics professor finds old Roman fort in England aligned with the sun
Students win challenge for real-time traffic app
Three University of Texas at Arlington Computer Science and Engineering students have won a $10,000 prize in the NTx Apps Challenge for a smart traffic light network that adjusts traffic light schedules to ...
Scientists to deploy seismic monitors near Azle in North Texas
Seismologists from SMU will deploy a variety of seismic monitors in and around Azle, Texas, to study the recent burst of small earthquakes that have been occurring in the area northwest of Fort Worth.
Tech expert Pogue says wearable computers have a ways to go
"Wearable" devices like smartwatches and Google Glass may indeed become the next big trend in consumer electronics, but David Pogue, the multi-faceted, multi-platform technology writer and TV science presenter, thinks we're ...
Archaeologists uncover lost Roman outpost in southern Jordan
Rare new details about an ancient Roman fort in southern Jordan have been uncovered by two UT professors.
Archaeologists in Maryland say they have found long-sought Zekiah Fort
Archaeologists in southern Maryland say they have solved a mystery that has baffled historians since at least the 1930s. They say they have found Zekiah Fort.
Mystery of Ohio's Fort Recovery solved by students
Obscured for more than two centuries lost under several feet of dirt and clay, the original site of historically important Fort Recovery was recently discovered following months of sleuthing by a team from ...
A case of mistaken dino-identity
The official State Dinosaur of Texas is up for a new name, based on Southern Methodist University research that proved the titleholder has been misidentified.