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Alumna Shares Expertise in Science Policy

Alumna Shares Expertise in Science Policy

Public officials are used to hearing economists’ expertise on decisions about the economy and listening to diplomats about foreign policy, so why shouldn’t scientists help national, state and local leaders make better decisions about science and technology?

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Alumnus Spencer Wells Wants to Know Where We All Come From

Alumnus Spencer Wells Wants to Know Where We All Come From

Meet Spencer Wells (B.S., '88), National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence and founder of the Genographic Project.

Alumni Profile: Hideko Kunii Paves the Way for Women in Tech Industry

Alumni Profile: Hideko Kunii Paves the Way for Women in Tech Industry

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College of Natural Sciences alumna, Hideko Kunii (Ph.D. ’83) is a trailblazer in a culture that has a history of discouraging women from advancing in the workforce, most notably in the technology industries.

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Alumna Donna Nelson on Chemistry and Breaking Bad

Alumna Donna Nelson on Chemistry and Breaking Bad

***To view video of Dr. Nelson as the inaugural speaker for the Pioneering Leadership Lecture Series, click HERE ***

Meet alumna Donna Nelson, a chemistry professor at the University of Oklahoma (which we forgive her for) and science advisor for the popular TV show, "Breaking Bad."

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Scientist-Artists Bring Animals to Life in Japanese-Inspired Prints

Scientist-Artists Bring Animals to Life in Japanese-Inspired Prints

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Two researchers at the Texas Natural Science Center are combining art and science in a unique form that highlights a beauty in dead animals and animal biodiversity in Texas.

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To the Moon and Back: Math Grad Tyler Ham (B.A. ’06) Wins 2013 Webby Award

To the Moon and Back: Math Grad Tyler Ham (B.A. ’06) Wins 2013 Webby Award

Tyler Ham, a 2006 graduate of the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, has won a 2013 Webby Award for Best Science Website for his site, The First Men on the Moon: The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing.

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Alum Lonnie Fogle and the State of Black UT

Alum Lonnie Fogle and the State of Black UT

Chemistry major and retired Dupont engineer dedicates time to mentoring current black students through the Precursors, a group made of some of the first black students to attend UT in the 50s and 60s.

BuildASign CEO Dan Graham (BS ‘03) Is Building a Better Community

BuildASign CEO Dan Graham (BS ‘03) Is Building a Better Community

College alum founded one of the most successful start-ups in Austin, an easy-to-use, online service that allows customers to design their own signs, banners and stickers.

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Brackenridge Field Lab Resident Manager Retires After 45 Years

Brackenridge Field Lab Resident Manager Retires After 45 Years

John Crutchfield helped establish BFL as one of the premier urban field research stations in the country.

Manager of Brackenridge Lab Retires After 50 Years

A lifetime of service draws to a close.