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UT researchers analyze landforms on Mars that may have hosted life
November 28, 2016
Unique depressions on Mars could be new places to look for signs of life.
Certain types of bats use memories to hunt
November 17, 2016
Research by a UT graduate student shows that bats might have a longer memory than previously thought.
Community gathers to clean up Austin parks
November 8, 2016
UT and West Campus community came together at Pease Park Saturday for the first fall It’s My Park Day.
West Texas was once home to rainforests, ancient primates
October 24, 2016
While West Texas today is dominated by sprawling deserts, 50 million years ago the area contained lush tropical rainforests with unique species of monkeys and apes.
New species found in Jackson School fossil collection
October 13, 2016
A three-eyed reptile skull fossil of a unique species is the subject of a recently published study.
UT Microfarm hosts worm workshop
October 7, 2016
Students and community members learned about composting with worms and made boxes to compost with at home at the Microfarm.
UT funds development of synthetic blood vessels
September 30, 2016
UT recently granted $150,000 to San Antonio-based medical technology startup Cardiovate.
Fast and Furious: E. coli edition
September 22, 2016
After studying thousands of generations of E. coli, UT scientists have discovered something unexpected: Some strains of the bacteria evolve much faster than previously thought.
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