TAMS student research covers broad range of topics

Students enrolled in UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, an early college entry program for advanced high school students, conduct research and gain experience in UNT's cutting-edge lab spaces, working on projects that span the sciences and have real-world impact.

TAMS students develop medical technology, research alternative energy sources, investigate neurological conditions and help develop new materials that can change how everyday products are manufactured and used.

Read more about the research of Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science students.

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