FDA-Approved RSV Vaccine Enabled by Work of UT Molecular Biologist
Every year, millions of people become sickened by RSV, and more than 100,000 die. New vaccines with a connection to UT Austin may help turn those numbers around.
Hear from Three Seniors Among This Year’s Graduates of Distinction
Several graduating seniors from CNS have been recognized for their distinctive accomplishments, including the three individuals highlighted here.
Jason McLellan Receives Inaugural Award To Recognize Research Impact
A structural biologist at UT Austin who played a key role in the development of COVID-19 vaccines has received the first Research Impact Award.
NSF Awards Graduate Research Fellowships to 23 UT Natural Sciences Students
Dozens of graduate and undergraduate students of UT Austin's College of Natural Sciences were honored this year by the National Science Foundation.
The Achilles Heel That Could Lead to Universal Coronavirus Treatments
Alone, this target might not be strong enough to directly block infection, but might be used to jump-start or boost an immune response.
UT Austin a Key Player in Science’s Hottest Research Areas for 2023
Researchers at UT Austin are involved in some of the most exciting areas of science and driving groundbreaking discoveries and technologies that impact our world.
How Amphibious Plants Rewired a Gas Exchange Pathway to Survive in Water
Just as humans cannot breathe underwater, the tiny pores of plants can't exchange air underwater.