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University of Texas System Board of Regents unanimously agreed not to move Brackenridge Field Lab from a 350-acre tract under consideration for commercial and residential development.
In experiments, they hope to learn which varieties will fare best in a changing climate.
Breaking up may actually not be hard to do, say scientists who've found a population of tropical butterflies that may be on its way to a split into two distinct species.
In some classes, students are assigned readings from a big textbook; others are assigned computer problems or chemistry formulas.
Katy Kenny decided to take John Abbott’s Field Entomology class in the summer of 2007 for two reasons.
Parasitic flies introduced to control red imported fire ants have spread over four million acres in central and southeast Texas since the flies’ introduction in 1999, researchers at The Unive
When the wave of red imported fire ants rolled into Austin in the early 1980s, Larry Gilbert knew in no time flat.