Skip the traffic and exorbitant hotel rates—go camping at one of the 31 parks in the path of totality. Overnight reservations open on November 7.
Researchers in San Antonio found that boys whose mothers drank diet soda were more likely to be on the spectrum, but critics point out the data’s shortcomings.
In his new book, the Houston infectious disease expert raises the alarm about those who tout debunked claims about vaccines.
Anonymous landowners donated the pristine 1,200-acre parcel, which will be open to the public on September 23.
Recent research out of Dallas and Houston highlights the “science-fictionlike” power of your body’s microbiome—and a high-fiber diet.
H-E-B’s snazzy new nature docuseries highlights the conservationists who protect bats, bears, ocelots, and redfish.
. . . When it comes to producing renewable energy, winning golf tournaments, banning books, and closing rural hospitals. Why is Texas so darn great . . . and so darn awful?
Texas Biomedical Research Institute helped subdue the coronavirus and has big plans for combating future disease threats—with controversial help from its thousands of research primates.
Extreme temperatures are hazardous to our health, so projects in San Antonio and Dallas are seeking new ways to cool down our cities.
The conservation victory at Honey Creek relied on “the goodness of those people’s hearts,” says one environmentalist.
These benefits could be ours, if the Lege would just help insure a million more Texans.
Monarch butterflies and painted buntings are among the species that flock there.
Federal help could keep facilities open in several small towns, but they'll be forced to cut back to offering only emergency care.
A UT Southwestern program highlights how physicians can and should be better trained to discuss healthy eating with their patients.
After years of opposition and delay, Waco finally has posted a historical marker about the 1916 murder of Jesse Washington.
The blind, elusive Bone Cave harvestman was at the center of a right-wing attempt to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
Chemical engineer Guihua Yu’s team works with tiny particles to try to solve some of the world’s biggest problems.
The latest pandemic-related supply chain disruption prevents patients from getting critical imaging scans.
The massive facility sits along two miles of the Colorado River. Environmentalists want a say in how the development might affect the waterway.
Researchers at Tarleton State have found an all-natural way to prevent Texans from imbibing quite so many tiny plastic particles.
Apocalyptic, Acid-Spewing Crazy Ants Invaded Texas. Now Scientists Have a “Silver Bullet” to Obliterate Them.
Even nastier than fire ants, the insects disable electronics and swarm over people and animals. UT researchers have found a pathogen that destroys them.
Fall asleep while floating on Baffin Bay, stargazing in Big Bend, or greeting giraffes and zebras in Glen Rose.
Desert cacti, tropical orchids, towering live oaks—these tranquil spots teem with ever-changing flora. It’s time to plan a trip.
The cascading effects of COVID-19—including a job-seekers’ economy and recruitment delays—are mostly to blame.
Two major conservation funding victories could create a brighter future for Texas's public lands.