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CNS Honors Thesis Symposium showcases student research across fields
April 23, 2018
On Friday, honors seniors shared their thesis work at the College of Natural Sciences Honors Thesis Symposium.
Astronomers still excited for James Webb Space Telescope despite another launch delay
April 19, 2018
Astronomers now have at least another year to wait for the James Webb Space Telescope. But for an instrument headed for one million miles away from Earth with the capacity to see to within one billion years of the Big Bang, it might be worth the wait.
VR game raises awareness of human trafficking
March 27, 2018
Virtual reality can teach lessons and serve as an immersive video game platform, but it can also have another purpose: raising awareness about social justice issues, such as human trafficking.
Little leaping lemurs’ social lives influence what bacteria is found in their digestive systems
March 27, 2018
Conventional wisdom says you are what you eat, but for lemurs, it’s who they hang out with that influences the composition of their gut microbiomes.
Mathematicians map out possible solutions to gerrymandering
March 7, 2018
Gerrymandering is often used to sway the outcome of elections, but mathematicians may be able to solve the problem.
UT Libraries hosts Instagram competition to showcase undergraduate research
February 14, 2018
A new competition is encouraging undergraduates to share images of their research in order to practice communicating that research to the public.
Rare astronomical event, super blue blood moon, passes over Texas
January 28, 2018
Six months after the Great American Solar Eclipse, the Texas skies will once again host an unusual astronomical event.