Linda deGraffenried and her team of researchers are focused on helping the 15 percent of breast cancer patients and 10 percent of prostate cancer patients who are facing a dim prognosis.
The one-year Endangered Species Conservation Grants are to conduct conservation research or set aside habitat to assist the recovery of Texas’ black-capped vireo, golden-cheeked warbler, Navasota ladies’ tresses, Texas prairie dawn and Tobusch fishhook cactus.
Twenty-one professors in The University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Mathematics were named 2013 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS).
The college’s newest Ph.D. program in statistics was unanimously approved recently by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
College alum founded one of the most successful start-ups in Austin, an easy-to-use, online service that allows customers to design their own signs, banners and stickers.
Physicist-chemist received the award for his computational applications of quantum theories to understand and predict material properties.
The grant will help recruit, retain, and train the top environmental scientists of tomorrow.
The researchers will capitalize on a pioneering immunoprofiling technology recently developed at the university to develop a system that accelerates the process of development, testing and distribution of vaccines.