Yi Lu and Lauren Ehrlich of the College of Natural Sciences are among the cancer researchers with exciting projects on the horizon.
New research solves a mystery as to why mitochondria in some plants evolve faster than others.
At the Gulf Coast, rising sea levels are linked to a loss of valuable seagrass habitats in Texas, new research has found.
The worldwide decline in frog populations is due to a fast-spreading infection, but people also play a role.
Epidemiologists found that treating even 20% of symptomatic cases would save lives and improve public health.
Steven Phelps and his team found 68 brain regions in prairie voles associated with mating and bonding.
Researchers examined decades of data to create a unifying theory to explain biases in perception.
The discovery could lead to better treatments for acute myeloid leukemia in vulnerable populations.
Based on the most widely accepted cosmological model, they shouldn’t have been able to evolve until much later in the history of the Universe.
New ultrafast method for controlling magnetic materials might enable next-generation information processing technologies.