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Vital Statistics: The Potential of Math to Advance Medicine
Experts say joining the mathematical and computational revolution has the potential to transform healthcare, one of our nation's largest and most critical industries.
Visualizing Science 2017: Finding the Hidden Beauty in College Research
Five years ago the College of Natural Sciences began an annual tradition called Visualizing Science with the intent of finding the inherent beauty hidden within...
Alumnus Helped Usher in Age of Personal Computing and Guide Lunar Astronauts Home
Bob O'Rear said his time in graduate school on the Forty Acres made a huge mark on his career for introducing him to astrophysics and...
Meet Six Incredible Women from UT Austin Science History
From the first woman mathematician inducted into the National Academy of Science to an astronomer who helped us understand how galaxies evolve, the women of...
Charles Fraser Mends Little Hearts
Charles Fraiser, former Surgeon-in-Chief at Texas Children's Hopital in Houston, now works at UT Austin's Dell Medical School and talks about his career.
Three Members of Natural Sciences Recognized for Teaching Excellence
The honor rewards excellence in teaching by recognizing tenured faculty members who have continuously provided significant contributions to education throughout their career, especially at the...
Visualizing Science 2015: Beautiful Images From College Research
As part of a continuing tradition, we invited faculty, staff and students in the College of Natural Sciences community to send us images this past...
Hooray for Pi Day
Pi plays a central role in the research of scientists and mathematicians at UT Austin.
Graduate Student Sisters Among Growing Trend Toward More Women in Math
With the most recent Fields Medal, the major award for math, going to a woman for the first time, more attention than usual has been...