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What Will Extreme Weather Events Mean for Texas’s Favorite Bugs?

The answer matters for people, too, given how insects affect whole ecosystems.

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Texas Field Station Network Catalyzes Collaborations Across Field Sites

The recently announced largest-ever gift to the college is helping to bring new research synergies.

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BioBlitz at the Brackenridge Field Lab

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Meet Stengl-Wyer Fellow: Sarah Ortiz

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Girl Day at Brackenridge Field Lab

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Meet Stengl-Wyer Fellow: Nikunj Goel

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History of UT Botany, Part 5: Beryl Simpson

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UT Entomologists Collaborate on Insect-Inspired Album

An award-winning composer came to class and had scientists lend an ear, resulting in music that’s all the buzz.

A young treehopper photographed at the Brackenridge Field Laboratory polllinator garden is one of the insects that inspired a scientist-musician collaboraiton. Credit: Alex Wild

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Meet Stengl-Wyer Scholar: Jeffrey Coleman

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