The discovery could lead to better treatments for acute myeloid leukemia in vulnerable populations.
From a brain decoder to a supermassive black hole to a cancer drug advance, College of Natural Sciences researchers made breakthroughs this year.
Bacteria use iron levels to store memories and pass them on to later generations, scientists have found.
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Ruth Buskirk and Michael Marder are among the 2023 inductees to The University of Texas at Austin’s prestigious Academy of Distinguished Teachers.
A team led by Lauren Ehrlich found a link between myeloid cells and the cancer that often strikes children.
Jason McLellan has been named the recipient of a Research!America Advocacy Award for his work on COVID-19 vaccines.
Drug candidate developed by Everett Stone and his team is effective in mice with cancers of skin, bladder, blood and colon.
Kyle Miller and his team discovered a potential new target for drug therapies: structures in our DNA called R-loops.