UH College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
UH Gets $2.4 Million Grant to Train Science, Math Teachers
A pioneering new teacher training program at the University of Houston received a $2.4 million grant to expand recruitment efforts and help address the shortage of math and science educators in public schools. more
2 NSM Alum Pens Military Thriller
It’s a story that could presage tomorrow’s headlines – a military confrontation with North Korea that puts to the test a new Star Wars-type weapons system designed to knock ballistic missiles from the sky. more

3 Hormone of Darkness: Melatonin Could Hurt Memory Formation at Night, Researcher Finds
What do you do when a naturally occurring hormone in your body turns against you? What do you do when that same hormone – melatonin – is a popular supplement you take to help you sleep? A University of Houston professor and his team of researchers may have some answers. more

1 Internship Program Seeks Businesses, Faculty to Host Top International Science Students
In an increasingly global marketplace of ideas and talent, recruiting top-notch science and engineering interns from other countries could be a boon for local businesses and university faculty.  more