UT Austin's Women in Engineering and The Ophelia Project host astronaut Cady Coleman encouraging girls and young women to "Shoot for the Stars"
One of NASA's most experienced women astronauts, Lt. Col. Catherine "Cady" Coleman, will land in Austin Friday (Nov. 5) to urge girls and young women to "Shoot for the Stars!" in a free public presentation at the The University of Texas at Austin.Read more
Two Texas students among nine regional finalists competing at UT Austin for Siemens Westinghouse science-tech scholarship
Nine high school students have been selected to compete Nov. 19-20 at The University of Texas at Austin in the southwest regional finals of the Siemens Westinghouse Science & Technology Competition, a scholarship and awards program of the Siemens Foundation.Read more
Using data collected from a Canadian satellite, scientists studying the West Antarctic ice sheet have discovered a dynamic system of ice streams and their tributaries that make the ice sheet a far more intricate structure than was previously known.Read more
New efforts to find evidence of water on the moon came up dry, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin announced Wednesday (Oct. 13).
New efforts to find evidence of water on the moon came up dry, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin announced Wednesday (Oct. 13). But their research efforts have laid the groundwork for further investigations, as well as demonstrating a potentially useful new method for lunar prospecting.Read more
New research by scientists at The University of Texas at Austin and NASA's Johnson Space Center on a 4.57 billion-year-old Martian meteorite has established the age of 3.9 billion years for a carbonate vein deposited inside it.Read more