Kaine Korzekwa

Kaine Korzekwa

Kaine is the science writing/communications intern for the College of Natural Sciences and a UT senior majoring in both biology and journalism. In August he will attend the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for graduate school.
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Meet senior neuroscience and jazz performance major Mason Hankamer, who sees music in colors.

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A troupe of intrepid Natural Sciences graduate students are DJ's for a KVRX radio show that brings science to a broader audience. 

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Marine scientist Tracy Villareal has won a prize to use aquatic robots to study algal blooms and dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. 

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What are the benefits of being a tarpon fish with scales that can reach the size of a human palm? Scientists are able to tell what dark waters you’ve lived and traveled in by analyzing the scales chemically. 

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Victor Rodriguez's research experience at UT has led to two trips across the Atlantic and a prestigious scholarship.
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Guadalupe Jasso wanted to go where she was going to be happiest — and that was the College of Natural Sciences.
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Rathi Kannan imagines a world where her double major in biology and computer science will be invaluable.

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From the Netherlands to Nigeria to the College of Natural Sciences, Nicole Kruijs wants to explore where public health meets government policy.
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A crime in France and a class action suit in the U.S. leads to Professor Eric Anslyn receiving funding to support student research on the chemistry of wine.
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A collaboration between a college biologist and researcher at St. David's HealthCare could someday lead to personalized treatments for a deadly form of brain cancer.