UT scientists study how droughts affect local ecosystems at the Brackenridge Field Laboratory and the Stengl Lost Pines Biological Station.
Three postdoctoral fellows, four graduate students and numerous labs at UT and the Wildflower Center received awards this year.
A transformative donation allows for the expansion of a Texas Field Station Network to study biodiversity and sustainability.
In our endless summer, research on heat impacts offers insights on how best to adapt.
In some species, female and male butterflies apparently perceive colors differently.
University of Texas at Austin integrative biology professor Shalene Jha studies critical link in the web of life: plants and pollinators.
An invasive grass causing havoc in Texas and contributing to wildfires packs a one-two wallop against native plants. Guinea grass uses a combination of crowding that blocks out light from growing seedlings and what amounts to a chemical warfare in soil that is toxic to native plants, according to a new study by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.
A newly renovated and reimagined space for exploring the science of marine life and ecosystems is now open to the public, free of charge, on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas, Texas.
More than two-thirds of the Stengl Lost Pines Biological Station (SLP), which was home to forests, savannah, and wildlife inhabitants, burned in a fire.