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Once or twice a week, Karan Shah hops on a Metro ArlingtonXpress bus at the University of Texas at Arlington, which takes him to a Trinity Railway Express stop in east Fort Worth.
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More than 500 faculty, staff and student volunteers at UT Arlington were expected Monday to welcome students and their parents, and help them move belongings into the students' new residences.
University of Texas at Arlington biologists are co-authors of a new PLOS ONE paper that shows older lineages of Caribbeans coral appear to be more hardy.
The new method will attempt to find traces of a tell-tale radio signal, known as an Io-controlled decametric emission A new technique pioneered by a team of scientists from the University of Texas, Arlington, may hold the key to detecting moons orbiting distant exoplanets, a feat which is currently beyond the grasp of modern astronomy.
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Io doesn't come into play very much on Centauri Dreams , probably because of the high astrobiological interest in the other Galilean satellites of Jupiter - Europa, Callisto and Ganymede - each of which may have an internal ocean and one, Europa, a surface that occasionally releases material from below.
Daniel Armbruster will co-anchor 40/29 News at 5 and 40/29 News at 9 on the Arkansas CW.
Scientists hunting for life beyond Earth have discovered more than 1,800 planets outside our solar system, or exoplanets, in recent years, but so far, no one has been able to confirm an exomoon.
When an early college high school opens at Tarrant County College's Southeast Campus this fall, 90 percent of the students will be economically disadvantaged Arlington teenagers, a group that the district sought out for the program.
Seventh- and eighth-grade science-minded students in Arlington schools will soon be recruited for a chance to earn college credits and land internships.
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