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UT researchers find out floods carved canyons across Mars
December 3, 2018
A new study from UT researchers found that flooding from crater lakes on Mars could have rapidly shaped the its surface billions of years ago. These floods could have forged canyons over the span of years, months or even weeks.
UT Yoga program designed for students in recovery
November 26, 2018
Research has demonstrated yoga’s role in moderating unhealthy substance use.
Linguists model code switching in bilingual speech
November 8, 2018
When architectural engineering sophomore Vanessa Velez talks to her friends from high school, they rarely stick to one language. Velez said her Latina friend group switches between Spanish and English.
Computer scientists add features to Gates Dell Complex helper robots
October 30, 2018
The new system allows the robots to not only know where they are, but what that location means.
Fossil finding reveals how some dinosaurs got so big
October 23, 2018
A UT graduate and professor publish a new paper describing Sarahsaurus fossils. Their findings offer clues into how sauropods evolved to be so gargantuan.
CNS Natural Sciences Week focuses on diversity
October 21, 2018
The Natural Sciences Council (NSC) hosted their annual Natural Sciences Week from Monday, Oct. 15 to Friday, Oct. 19. Each day, NSC hosted a different event for students in the College of Natural Sciences with this year's theme of diversity within the natural sciences.
UT professors collaborate with Mexican institutions through ConTex
October 9, 2018
Nine professors from across UT recently received the 2018 ConTex Collaborative Research Grants. This funding allows the research bonds between UT and Mexican institutions to continue to grow.
Researcher starts UT squirrel study
October 2, 2018
UT squirrels might just be nuttier than others.