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Research finds tiny bubbles tell tales of big volcanic eruptions
Coronavirus ‘Infodemic’: Fear Causes Misinformation Spread, More Rigid Thinking
Blanton Museum Of Art Announces New Grounds Initiative That Will Transform Museum Experience
For moms, oxygen during childbirth often unnecessary
Complex mystery of membranes
Desalination Breakthrough Could Lead to Cheaper Water Filtration
AFOSR awards 17 quantum research grants
Top UT Austin Rankings of 2020
Testosterone Nasal Spray to Treat Anxiety Disorders
Greenland ‘Knickpoints’ Could Stall Spread of Glacial Thinning
Two Texas Engineers Honored Among U.S.’ Top Inventors
Lending Fraud Could Wreck Economy – Again
2 UT Scholars Join Ranks with Nation’s Top Scientists
HETDEX Project On Track to Probe Dark Energy
Chaotic Early Solar System Collisions Resembled ‘Asteroids’ Arcade Game
Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment survey begins full operations
Unmet Job Expectations Linked to a Rise in Suicide, Deaths of Despair
WATCH: Key Innovation from UT Austin’s McLellan Lab Powers COVID-19 Vaccines
Shrinking massive neural networks used to model language
An escape route for seafloor methane
Discoveries Highlight New Possibilities for Magnesium Batteries
World’s Smallest Atom-Memory Unit Created
New Tool Helps Parents and Educators Estimate COVID-19 Infection Numbers at Their School
Former piece of Pacific Ocean floor imaged deep beneath China
Enhanced human-AI collaboration possible through new grant
Kendra Scott Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute brings together prolific leaders for inaugural
Disaster Database Cements Itself as Go-to Hub for Natural Hazard Information
Researchers model source of eruption on Jupiter’s moon Europa
Earliest example of a rapid-fire tongue found in ‘weird and wonderful’ extinct amphibians
COVID-19 Pandemic is Having Little to No Effect on Intimate Relationships
Hot or Cold, Weather Alone Has No Significant Effect on COVID-19 Spread
Self-watering Soil Could Transform Farming
Coronavirus Mutation May Have Made It More Contagious
Curbing COVID-19 Hospitalizations Requires Attention to Construction Workers
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From U.S. DOE
Republicans and Democrats Expect Their Candidate to Win, and if Not, Economy Will Suffer
Republicans and Democrats Expect Their Candidate to Win, and if Not, Economy Will Suffer
Employers Should Reward Workers for Accomplishments, Not Hours Worked
DOE awards $18 million to LaserNetUS consortium
Invasive Cactus Moth Likely to Spread and Destroy Native Prickly Pear
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From U.S. DOE
For vampire bats, social distancing while sick comes naturally
How Creole Languages Evolve May Depend on How People Began Using Them
Astronomers enlist AI in search for ‘lethal’ baby star eruptions
New Stuttering Center Will Propel Holistic Model for Treatment and Training
UT Austin, MD Anderson Announce First Collaborative Projects in United Fight to End Cancer
Half of Texans Consider COVID-19 a Crisis; Willingness to Get Vaccine Declines
Researchers help Latinx students make post-high school plans