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Care Experiences Are Worse in For-Profit Hospices Than in Not-for-Profit Hospices, Study Finds
Patients receiving care from for-profit hospices have substantially worse care experiences than patients who receive care from not-for-profit hospices, according to a new study from...
Eyes on the Next Pandemic
Lauren Ancel Meyers leads a National Science Foundation-funded pilot grant to establish the UT Center for Pandemic Decision Science
For LGBTQ+ Texans, Closing the Health Disparity Gap
Phillip Schnarrs & Stephen T. Russell are collaborating with others to make Austin an epicenter of community-driven LGBTQ+ research
Three CNS Faculty Awarded President’s Associates Teaching Awards
Three CNS recipients are being recognized for their engagement with curriculum reform and educational innovation.
UT Austin a Key Player in Science’s Hottest Research Areas for 2023
Researchers at UT Austin are involved in some of the most exciting areas of science and driving groundbreaking discoveries and technologies that impact our world.
Three Faculty Members Awarded Sloan Fellowships
Congratulations to Greg Durrett, Sam Raskin and Hang Ren
Texas Science Festival Inspires Texans to Delve into Discovery
Go deep in the heart of science this month and next.
Hobby-Eberly Telescope Reveals Galaxy Gold Mine in First Large Survey
Astronomers have barely scratched the surface of mapping the nearly endless stars and galaxies of the heavens.
Urban Gardens Are Good for Ecosystems and Humans
Traditionally, it has been assumed that cultivating food leads to a loss of biodiversity and negative impacts on an ecosystem.
Pingali Receives Prestigious Parallel Computing Award
The IEEE Computer Society has selected Keshav Pingali to receive the 2023 IEEE CS Charles Babbage Award for his "contributions to high-performance compilers and graph...