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Geologist, astronaut explore the possibilities of humans on Mars
April 29, 2018
To understand Mars, we must first understand the most Mars-like place on Earth: Antarctica.
Climate variability affects biological systems
April 26, 2018
Climate variability due to weather systems can have effects on the productivity of biological organisms, research from the UT Marine Science Institute has found.
TX Sprouts program grows healthy eating habits in Austin schools
April 5, 2018
The TX Sprouts program is growing gardens — and healthy habits — in local Austin schools.
UT Marine Science Institute receives funding to help rebuild after Hurricane Harvey
March 21, 2018
Almost seven months after Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast, the University of Texas Marine Science Institute is still trying to get back on its feet.
Fish get tired faster, react slower after exposure to an oil spill
March 6, 2018
In 2010, Deepwater Horizon, the largest oil spill in history, caused health problems in fish, researchers at the UT Marine Science Institute have found.
New Yorker reporter Lawrence Wright discusses social conservatives, the Texas energy market
February 8, 2018
Award-winning journalist Lawrence Wright examined the power of Texas in a discussion about energy.
Environmental science professor discusses the risks of denying climate change
February 8, 2018
How are manifest destiny, the Berlin Wall and the belief in a flat earth connected to climate change? According to an environmental science professor, these are all reflective of the spirit of the times.
Typography exhibit celebrates national parks
January 24, 2018
The polarity between nature and regimented design are two seemingly incompatible ideas, but one team is stitching the seams between this unlikely pair with a tool of their trade: typography.