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2013 Undergraduate Research Forum Winners

2013 Undergraduate Research Forum Winners

The best and most innovative posters and presentations are recognized with awards judged and sponsored by the university, faculty, alumni and industry.

Rock Snot Genomics

Rock Snot Genomics

University of Texas researchers use advanced sequencing and TACC's Ranger supercomputer to uncover origin of common algae.

HIV Treatment Without Drugs

Genetic "editing" mimics the multi-pronged defenses of the drug cocktail.
Chemistry Major Wade Wang Is Helping to Build a Better Microchip

Chemistry Major Wade Wang Is Helping to Build a Better Microchip

Chemistry major Wade Wang is part of the decades-long, global project to the keep the size of transistors shrinking.
Engineered Immune Cells Resist Infection from HIV and Could Ultimately Replace Drug Therapy

Engineered Immune Cells Resist Infection from HIV and Could Ultimately Replace Drug Therapy

Researchers cut and pasted a series of HIV-resistant genes into T cells, specialized immune cells targeted by the virus.

Three Faculty Members Named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Faculty chosen for their scientifically distinguished efforts to advance science and its applications.

Wine Swindle Benefits a Chemistry Professor and his Undergraduate Corps of Wine Detectives

Wine Swindle Benefits a Chemistry Professor and his Undergraduate Corps of Wine Detectives

A crime in France and a class action suit in the U.S. leads to Professor Eric Anslyn receiving funding to support student research on the chemistry of wine.

Developing New Vaccines for Emerging Diseases is Focus of $6.5 Million Contract

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.

UT Researchers Unlock Mystery of DEAD-box Enzymes

One enzyme at a time.
Ancient Enzymes Function like Nanopistons to Unwind RNA

Ancient Enzymes Function like Nanopistons to Unwind RNA

Discovery marks a major step toward understanding the molecular mechanics for many steps in RNA biology.