Dr. Larry Schlesinger at Texas Biomedical Research Institute will discuss their collaborative efforts Tuesday at a San Antonio Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
An exhibition of World War I propaganda prints from the San Antonio Public Library’s Texana Collection is completing a European tour.
Founded nearly 50 years ago, Hallmark University is a private university that prepares students for careers in aeronautics, health care, business, and technology.
There are 3.4 miles of trails, including the main trail and its loops and offshoots, that wind along Cibolo Creek.
Drawing on memories of her native Peru, San Antonio artist Martha I. Ochoa has created more than 10,000 paintings about the size of a postage stamp.
"2@M: Music and Murals at Midtown" is a free street art event open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 6 p.m.-11 p.m.
San Antonio robotics company Xenex, whose ultraviolet-light-emitting machines can kill deadly germs in minutes, envisions a world in which disinfecting robots are a universal presence in medical facilities.
Sosa and his nonprofit team at Yes! Our Kids Can are attempting to persuade students as young as 4 and 5 to consider college.
The sound of a 100-year-old tractor cranking to life Friday drew the attention of tractor enthusiasts at a show on the campus of HOLT CAT as the company celebrated 85 years in business.
Free Día de los Muertos celebrations run Oct. 27-Nov. 2 at multiple locations throughout San Antonio.