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1. Epperson gets $270K grant to examine problem solving

2. Planetarium creates stereo 3-D show about SOFIA mission

3. Walsh receives $220K NSF grant for zooplankton research

4. Dasgupta receives $1M NASA grant for amino acid research

5. UTA planning new science, engineering research building

6. Program offers pre-med students unique first-hand experience

7. Study yields clues about West Coast sea stars' immunity

8. Researchers team to build shunt flow monitoring system

9. Musielak honored by Humboldt Foundation for third time

10. Research shows elevated levels of metals in groundwater

11. Study links python's extreme physiology to gene alteration

12. Montgomery a 'born leader' in world fight against disease

13. 3 COS students earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

14. Physicist Nygren receives prestigious Aldo Menzione Prize

15. Winguth co-authors weather-transportation impact study

16. UT Arlington selected for NASA oxygen recovery project

17. ON-TRAC receives new funding to train future STEM faculty

18. Research shows carbon's importance in ocean life survival

19. Lopez receives $502K NASA grant for solar wind research

20. Fujita receives $670K NSF grant for biodiversity research

21. Fan receives NSF CAREER grant to study Rocky Mountains

22. Khaledi named new College of Science dean starting Aug. 1

23. Researchers detail way to control pain with optogenetics

24. Dasgupta receives 2015 ACS J. Calvin Giddings Award

25. McMahon honored for work with aquatic invasive species

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