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“Go outside and play”—the time-tested strategy for generations of parents and caregivers ready to see their little ones tuckered out by exercise—may be fading in...
The lifelong farmer and award-winning math teacher discusses how math changed him and how it can change the world.
Feliciano Giustino leads effort to turn computational predictions into new materials.
New details about how the brain senses orientation might lead to earlier Alzheimer’s detection.
He is the first Latin American mathematician to receive the award and the second since 2019 from UT Austin.
Alone, this target might not be strong enough to directly block infection, but might be used to jump-start or boost an immune response.
An invasive grass causing havoc in Texas and contributing to wildfires packs a one-two wallop against native plants. Guinea grass uses a combination of crowding...
Mosaic images from the COSMOS-Web program offer a treasure trove of early galaxies.
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...