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Robotic frogs help UT researchers understand mating calls
July 23, 2013
UT and Salisbury University biologists have discovered the secrets of tungara frogs mating call with the help of a robotic frog imitating the sounds of the real frogs.
TV remains main news source for most Americans
July 22, 2013
While emergent social media may seem more popular than older forms of communication, according to a survey by Gallup, TV is still the main news source for most Americans
UT professor makes game to teach space science
July 15, 2013
“Alien Rescue” is created by Min Liu, a professor in College of Education with the support from Mcdonald Observatory. According to Prof. Liu, “Alien Rescue” is an immersive multimedia-enhanced problem-based learning (PBL) environment for space science. It is designed for sixth graders to learn science by providing educational video games.
Harry Ransom Center showcases exhibition on sports literature
July 2, 2013
Students interested in the intersection of sports and literature have an opportunity this summer to study works of atheltic literary achievment at the Harry Ransom Center until August.
Students continue working on micro farm during summer
June 25, 2013
Students working on the UT micro farm, a student-run on-campus farm stand, will continue building the farm during the summer months.
UT, Austin work together to fuel small business
June 17, 2013
UT and the City of Austin are working together to fuel Austin’s small business and enterpise marker by providing courseworks aimed at launching new businesses.
Rally hopes to pull ESPN X Games to Austin
June 6, 2013
Austin is one of four cities being considered to host the 2014 ESPN X Games.