EVENT: State Sen. Royce West and University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers will join researchers from The University of Texas at Austin as they issue a report, prepared in collaboration with the Texas Association of African American Chambers of Commerce, on the state of black-owned businesses in Texas. The event is open to… » Continue Reading
AUSTIN, Texas —The proportion of land used to cultivate shade grown coffee, relative to the total land area of coffee cultivation, has fallen by nearly 20 percent globally since 1996, according to a new study by scientists from The University of Texas at Austin and five other institutions.
Texas Enterprise is a new online publication from UT Austin featuring research insights and expert opinions touching on national and global business and public policy issues. The publication seeks to make the university's intellectual capital more accessible.
VIDEOS and PHOTO SLIDESHOW In a world crawling with things that go bump in the night, fresh terrors lurk behind every corner. There are the usual suspects — slithering snakes, terrifying tarantulas, that clown from your sixth birthday party. But in today's age, we're just as likely to be haunted by credit default swaps or… » Continue Reading
The University of Texas at Austin is among the top three universities sending students abroad and the Top 10 universities educating international students, according to the new "Open Doors" report, published by the Institute of International Education (IIE).
The State of Texas has chosen RFMicron, a portfolio member company of the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI), to receive a $250,000 grant from the Texas Emerging Technology Fund.
An interdisciplinary team at The University of Texas at Austin won first place and a $250,000 award in Austin Energy's "National Research Ideas" competition, a contest soliciting proposals for cost-effective ways to integrate utility lines into urban areas while protecting mature trees and promoting future plantings.