Read the latest news from the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin
Can Robots and Humans Co-exist in Public? UT Campus Study Will Offer Answers
Autonomous robots will soon rove the buildings and streets of The University of Texas at Austin campus.
‘Smart Plastic’ Material is Step Forward Toward Soft, Flexible Robotics and Electronics
New plastic has rigid and stretchy sections inspired by living things.
Department of Energy Selects Timothy Liao for Graduate Student Research Program
UT Austin's Timothy Liao has been selected to participate in a research program where he will develop computational tools for material design and discovery.
Seven Natural Sciences Faculty Receive NSF CAREER Awards
Learn about faculty members from UT Austin's College of Natural Sciences who have been awarded CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation.
7 Insights About Aging from College of Natural Sciences Researchers
In honor of International Day of Older Persons, learn about insights from UT Austin researchers related to aging and older individuals.
New Research Advances Fight Against Human Metapneumovirus
New findings could lead to a vaccine for one more respiratory virus.
Cognitive Impairment in Hispanic Adults Linked to Discrimination Experiences
Experiences with discrimination may be linked with disproportionate rates of cognitive decline in marginalized populations.
Department of Molecular Biosciences
Potential New Drug Target Could Boost Effectiveness of Chemotherapy Drugs
A large family of reverse transcriptases (RTs) could inspire new drugs to improve cancer treatments
These Tiny Coral Reef Fish Parents Decide When Their Embryos Hatch
Leaving the comfort and safety of home to explore the world is a difficult decision. However, in a tiny coral reef fish called a neon...
Computer Science Professor Looks to Improve Accessible Technologies
Learn more about Amy Pavel's contributions to computer science and her decision to join UT Austin.