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From the Netherlands to Nigeria to the College of Natural Sciences, Nicole Kruijs wants to explore where public health meets government policy.
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Chemist Jonathan Sessler, a cancer survivor, joins with a colleague from MD Anderson to develop a better drug for ovarian cancer.
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With high-tech collaborative laboratories and spaces, the complex marks the start of a new era for the university’s top-10 ranked Department of Computer Science.

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William Press, outgoing president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, reflects on “the beauty and benefits of science,” the theme he chose for his presidential address at the association’s recent conference.

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Conservation of endangered species like the Barton Springs Salamander depends on solid data regarding the life histories of these organisms.

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Parmesan receives honor for her work studying the impacts of climate change on wildlife.
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The federal government needs to make breast cancer prevention a priority and place funding for prevention at the same level as other types of research, says a new sweeping report.

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Transmission rates through extra-couple relationships are much higher than previous estimates indicate.

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Chemist is recognized for development of a process that is now used to manufacture nearly all of the microprocessors and memory chips in the world.
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Chemistry major Wade Wang is part of the decades-long, global project to the keep the size of transistors shrinking.