Topic: College of Natural Sciences

Clever Fish Keep Cool

Oct. 5, 2016
The blue-green damselfish, Chromis viridis

Coral reef fish, who are capable of adapting to warmer temperatures due to global climate change, will probably opt instead to relocate to cooler waters.

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Bats Use Second Sense to Hunt Prey in Noisy Environments

Sept. 15, 2016
Fringe-lipped bat

This bat's ability to shift to a second sense for hunting might give it a leg up in competition with other predators in a noisy environment and might also alter prey populations.

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New Microscope Builds 3D Images by Mapping Negative Space

Sept. 6, 2016
Artists Concept of New Microscope Technique

A new super-resolution microscope technique could aid in the development of artificial organs such as skin or heart tissue.

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How Artificial Intelligence Could Change Everything

Sept. 1, 2016
North American City Transformed by Artificial Intelligence

A panel of academic and industrial thinkers looks ahead to 2030 to forecast how advances in AI might affect life in a typical North American city.

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ExxonMobil Invests in Technology Development at UT

Aug. 2, 2016
Cockrell School of Engineering

ExxonMobil will invest $15 million as a leadership member of UT Austin's Energy Institute to pursue technologies to help meet growing energy demand while reducing environmental impacts.

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