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Arctic provides insights to understanding nitrogen cycle
November 21, 2016
UT researchers have discovered a close relationship between the living and nonliving elements in the Arctic that regulate the nitrogen cycle
UT biologists examine new study on spider hearing
November 10, 2016
Jumping spiders are known for their amazing sight. However, researchers have discovered something else about these spiders: their leg hairs help them perceive sound.
There’s no party like a star party!
October 20, 2016
Grab a picnic blanket and a few friends and catch some of the stellar night sky events this autumn.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center hosts Bug Night Out
October 10, 2016
Austin families explore after-dark wildlife.
Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center hosts first Texas Pollinator BioBlitz
October 5, 2016
The Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center kicks off the Texas Pollinator BioBlitz and promises "buggy company,” according to Dr. Alex Wild.
Real-life interactive apps offer ways for people to educate themselves
September 23, 2016
Want to one-up your Pokemon Go Pokedex? UT grad students discuss how students can get involved with real-life interactive apps like iNaturalist and eBird.
UT scientists offer thoughts on U.S. National Park Service centennial
September 7, 2016
UT professors weigh in on our national parks.