People in all cultures around the world glorify love, particularly romantic love. It is enshrined as the cornerstone of a happy mating relationship, but why?
Tang came to UT at 14, graduated at 18 and is already cracking open a problem that stumped computer scientists for years.
In the past, STEM and the arts and humanities have largely been taught as unconnected disciplines, but there is more overlap between fields than many realize.
Scientists studying the cattle virus that killed a beloved UT mascot nearly three years ago have stumbled upon a discovery that may help unlock treatments for a virus that poses a major threat to people: hepatitis C.
Curious what you should add to your reading list? UT faculty members handpicked 58 books to read this summer (or anytime).
Over the past 15 years, UT students have raised $8 million to fight cancer through Texas 4000, the longest annual charity bike ride in the world.