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Mark Raizen and his colleagues have developed a new method for enriching stable isotopes, a group of the world’s most expensive chemical commodities which are vital to medical imaging and nuclear power. The work has attracted some attention from the science and medical world.

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On June 9, 2014, UT biologists and students helped move about 140 turtles from UT Austin's beloved turtle pond to a temporary home for a long overdue cleaning of the lower pond.

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Think you’ll always pick chocolate...
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Dr. Russell Poldrack, professor of neurobiology...
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Ed LeBrun, a research associate with...
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Research associate Brad Gemmell and professor...
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Chemistry professor Jason Shear and molecular...
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Postdoc Bret Pasch and his colleagues have discovered that two species of singing mice use their voices to claim territory. 

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The national park in Ecuador where neuroscientist Max Snodderly performs his research on monkeys is now being opened up for oil exploration. 

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Researchers at our Marine Science Institute are using the scales of tarpon fish to learn about their mysterious movement and habitats.