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Dec. 18, 2007

Photos for News Release: Law School clinic asks U.S. Supreme Court to hear major juvenile justice case

The Supreme Court Clinic at The University of Texas School of Law filed Monday (Dec. 17) a certiorari petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review the sentence of a South Carolina prisoner, Chris Pittman, who is serving a 30-year term without parole for an offense he committed when he was 12 years old.

 
Dec. 7, 2007

Photos for News Release: Most ancient case of tuberculosis found in 500,000-year-old human

Although most scientists believe tuberculosis emerged only several thousand years ago, new research from The University of Texas at Austin reveals the most ancient evidence of the disease has been found in a 500,000-year-old human fossil from Turkey.

 
Jan. 5, 2006

SPECIAL Tower Photo Downloads: Longhorns claim fourth national championship

The University of Texas at Austin Tower, illuminated to celebrate the Texas Longhorns’ national championship victory at the 92nd Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, Calif. Photographed Jan. 5 through Jan. 8, 2006. Photos Marsha Miller/The University of Texas at Austin

These photographs of the Tower at The University of Texas at Austin are copyrighted and are available for personal use only. They may not be reproduced or used for any commercial purposes.

 
Nov. 23, 2005

Photos for News Release: Student scientists create living bacterial photographs

Using Petri dishes full of genetically engineered E. coli instead of photo paper, students at The University of Texas at Austin and UCSF successfully created the first-ever bacterial photographs. Their work is published in this week’s issue of Nature (Nov. 24, 2005), which is focused on the emerging field of synthetic biology.

Read Nov. 23 news release about living bacterial photographs.

 


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