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Living Laboratories: Field Stations Offer Opportunities for Real-World Science
A network of field stations helps scientists understand invasive species, climate change impacts and search for potential green fuels.
Department of Statistics and Data Sciences
Layla Parast Aims to Improve Healthcare Using Biostatistics
Meet new statistics and data science professor, Layla Parast, whose work in biostatistics aims to improve medical treatments and trial outcomes.
UT Austin Offers New Undergraduate Major in Statistics and Data Science
Statistics and Data Sciences are among the fastest growing fields in the United States.
Unlikely Partners: Bees and Turtles
Honey bees and sea turtles may seem like strange bedfellows, but through two of the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve's (NERR) stewardship programs – Fennessey...
Reading the Tea Leaves
Sometimes well known, simple household objects can be the best tools to use in a science experiment.
Grad Students at Forefront of Efforts to Create Belonging in Science
Learn about how UT Austin's College of Natural Science is working to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Nurdle Patrol Expands its Citizen Scientist Effort to Fight Plastic Pollution on Beaches
Plastic pollution in marine environments has no border, and now neither does the Nurdle Patrol.
Technological Leaps Help Biologists Study Quickly Changing Landscapes
Technology allows scientists to gather data where they never could before.