THE SEAHORSE'S SECRET WEAPON
A seahorse is one of the most effective predators in the aquatic world, catching prey 90 percent of the time in calm conditions. New research from a University of Texas marine scientist reveals it's because the docile creature's head is perfectly shaped to sneak up and catch prey in less than 1 millisecond. Learn more about the discovery and how it affects humans.
CLASSROOM AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
Go on a journey to the Arctic, where polar bears outnumber people, the sun never sets, and the frozen tundra is a geologist's paradise. Read more.
USING LIGHT TO TREAT, DIAGNOSE DISEASE
Professor Thomas Milner was named UT's Inventor of the Year for developing optical-based therapeutics that help doctors detect illnesses. Read more.
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GIFTS THAT MATTER
On Nov. 13, Longhorns thanked alumni, donors, family, faculty and the state for supporting their education. Hear why they're grateful.
A MISSION FOR MR. OVERTON
The country's oldest WW II veteran ? and recent White House guest - needed repairs on his Austin home. Texas Army ROTC helped make it happen.
WANT BETTER GRADES? TAKE A TEST EVERY DAY
Psychology professors are transforming the way students learn through daily online testing. Learn how it's reducing achievement gaps.
VOLLEYBALL GOES FOR CHAMPIONSHIP REPEAT
Texas Volleyball went a perfect 16-0 in Big 12 conference play. Now the No. 1 Longhorns make their 30th NCAA playoffs appearance tonight.
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