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The mission of The University of Texas at Austin is to achieve excellence in the interrelated areas of undergraduate education, graduate education, research and public service. The university provides superior and comprehensive educational opportunities at the baccalaureate through doctoral and special professional educational levels.

The university contributes to the advancement of society through research, creative activity, scholarly inquiry and the development of new knowledge. The university preserves and promotes the arts, benefits the state’s economy, serves the citizens through public programs and provides other public service.

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A l'âge de 5 ans, plus de quatre enfants sur cinq pensent que le Père Noël existe vraiment. Image by Frauke Riether from Pixabay

Pourquoi les enfants croient-ils (ou pas) au Père Noël ?

Raconter aux enfants l’histoire du Père Noël revient-il à sous-estimer leurs compétences ? Et si cela leur permettait au contraire d’exercer leur esprit critique ?
The airline industry has been cancelling routes because of the traffic drop-off during the pandemic. That has an impact on organ transplants. Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images

How the airline industry recovers from COVID-19 could determine who gets organ transplants

As policymakers weigh financial aid for the airline industry, they have an opportunity to help make the US organ transplantation system more equitable at the same time.
What kind of ratings works best? Pixel Embargo/Shutterstock.com

Rating news sources can help limit the spread of misinformation

People think they're good at detecting disinformation, but most people actually aren't. A group of researchers searches for the best way to help users steer clear of online deception campaigns.
President Harry S Truman established the initial version of the National Intelligence Council. AP Photo

An invisible government agency produces crucial national security intelligence, but is anyone listening?

The National Intelligence Council works inside government but is little understood outside. Yet it has helped respond to almost all the major foreign policy challenges of the last 40 years.

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