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New study links earthquakes to human activity

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Earthquakes triggered by human activity have been happening in Texas since at least 1925 . . . Read more. 

Featured News & Experts

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Election Experts
SMU faculty can offer expertise on various aspects of politics, campaigns, polls and speeches.


The Two-Hour Goal
SMU's Peter Weyand is among a team of scientists trying to redefine the limits of human speed.

Large Hadron Collider

Collider Restart
The world's most powerful collider has been switched back on, rekindling research by SMU physicists and others worldwide.

One Hundred Years on the Hilltop by Darwin Payne

Hilltop History
SMU Professor Emeritus Darwin Payne has written a comprehensive history of the University.


Immigration Experts
Republican and Democratic contenders for president are sparing over what is the best — and most humane — solution.

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Seeing Behind Walls
SMU engineering scientists will lead DARPA-funded research into "seeing" behind walls.

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Tipping the Scales
Public, private and nonprofit leaders tackle children’s health issues at a conference at SMU.  

Stephanie Martin and Evan McCormick

Spanish-Speaking Experts
SMU election experts Stephanie Martin and Evan McCormick are fluent in Spanish and available for interviews.


Even More Unpopular . . .

“The thing we can lose sight of is that Hillary Clinton would be the least popular candidate that either party has ever nominated, which is obscured by the fact that Trump is even more unpopular” . . . says SMU political expert Matthew Wilson. Read more . . .

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