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Geosciences FeaturesU.S. Deptartment of Energy undersecretary joins UT Energy Institute
U.S. Deptartment of Energy undersecretary joins UT Energy Institute
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Jackson School program assists in teacher prep.
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The Jackson School's Jamie Austin and John Goff (from left) are among many...
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Scientists at UT-Austin are at the forefront of research to make the state...
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Julia Clarke, associate professor of paleontology at the Jackson School of Geosciences,...
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