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.
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.
Postdoc Bret Pasch and his colleagues have discovered that two species of singing mice use their voices to claim territory.
The national park in Ecuador where neuroscientist Max Snodderly performs his research on monkeys is now being opened up for oil exploration.
Researchers at our Marine Science Institute are using the scales of tarpon fish to learn about their mysterious movement and habitats.