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Texas experts help present Smithsonian sea monsters exhibit

DALLAS (AP) — Three weeks before his team's fossil finds were to go on display at one of the world's most famous natural history museums, Louis Jacobs stood in a basement lab at Southern Methodist University sanding the lower jaw of a...

 

Digging dinosaurs: Perot Museum in Dallas opens Paleo Lab

DALLAS (AP) — Beneath the open jaws of a crouching dinosaur, Briana Smith pressed her small rotating saw into a plaster cast. Inside the cast lay pieces of a creature that had roamed Alaska about 70 million years ago. The Dallas Morning News...

 

Texas couple races against time to treat son's rare disease

MCKINNEY, Texas (AP) — Ever since doctors diagnosed his son with a rare disease, Doug Woleben has spent every evening on his computer, searching for a way to save the 6-year-old's life. He has mastered the foreign language of medical literature,...

 
 By ANNA KUCHMENT    Regional    May 11, 2018

Dallas museum talks about evolution, and that's unusual

DALLAS (AP) — Visitors to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science came face to face on Friday with some long-lost relatives. Visitors saw their fur-covered bodies, touched casts of their skulls and, wearing virtual-reality goggles, descended into th...

 

Despite science, Texas still rejects fracking link to quakes

DALLAS (AP) — A white Chevy Suburban with "Railroad Commission of Texas" emblazoned on its side rolled north on Interstate 35. Behind the wheel sat Milton Rister, the commission's director. Trim and balding, Rister was a veteran political operator...

 

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