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September 8, 2023 • by
Philip Souza’s research is focused on the sounds that fish along the Texas Gulf Coast make to attract mates or defend territory.
May 1, 2023 • by
The work relies in part on a transformer model, similar to the ones that power ChatGPT.
December 13, 2022 • by
Like the Hubble Space Telescope before it, the James Webb Space Telescope has the potential to change the course of astronomy and inspire a new...
July 13, 2022 • by
Biologist Edward LeBrun is weaponizing a natural pathogen to use as a biocontrol for tawny crazy ants from South America that have become prevalent in...
March 9, 2022 • by
Steven Weinberg aimed to distill the rules of physics down to their simplest, most beautiful essence.
February 21, 2022 • by
Steven Weinberg was best known for his Nobel-prize winning work that unified two fundamental forces of nature — electromagnetism and the weak force.
January 13, 2022 • by
Frogs are also struggling through their own pandemic that has several eerie parallels with COVID-19.
September 16, 2021 • by
Today we're doing something a little different. We're bringing you an excerpt from another great podcast produced here at the University of Texas at Austin...
May 12, 2021 • by
Liz Gershoff thinks that as a society, we should get away from the idea that violence is integral to teaching children.
March 4, 2021 • by
According to a new review in the journal Science, when highly social animals — such as ants, mice and bats — get sick, their social interactions change...