The worldwide decline in frog populations is due to a fast-spreading infection, but people also play a role.
Epidemiologists found that treating even 20% of symptomatic cases would save lives and improve public health.
Steven Phelps and his team found 68 brain regions in prairie voles associated with mating and bonding.
An award-winning composer came to class and had scientists lend an ear, resulting in music that’s all the buzz.
Justin Havird, Erik Iverson and their colleagues have identified genes involved in hybrid incompatibility in swordtail fishes.
UT scientists study how droughts affect local ecosystems at the Brackenridge Field Laboratory and the Stengl Lost Pines Biological Station.
New research provides the latest evidence that climate change is having an impact on food webs in high-latitude ecosystems.
Across domains, Press has contributed to many fields and institutions, which he writes about in a newly published memoir.
A new long-running project allows undergraduate students to gain hands-on experience with ecological research in the heart of the UT Austin campus.
Lauren Ancel Meyers and colleagues will help scale up decision-support tools that were successful in earlier outbreaks for use across jurisdictions.