McLellan Wins Major Awards from Welch Foundation, National Academy
Jason McLellan, a structural biologist at The University of Texas at Austin, has won two highly prestigious awards—the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Award in...
How a CRISPR Protein Might Yield New Tests for Many Viruses
New insights about a CRISPR-associated protein called Cas12a2 could lead to a new approach to diagnostics for a wide range of viral illnesses.
How a Plant Stem Cell Commits to Its Fate and How Plant Growth Stays in Check
A pair of discoveries from the Torii Lab were recently published in Nature Plants.
Dan Dickinson Paper Selected as Top 5 of the Year
The paper from late 2021, titled 'Rapid extraction and kinetic analysis of protein complexes from single cells,' was selected for the honor by editors of Biophysical...
Dense Bacterial Populations Create Mutant Breeding Grounds for Antibiotic Resistance
New discovery could make it easier to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Students Win Big at International Synthetic Biology Competition
A team of 12 undergraduate students at UT Austin received top awards at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition, including placing in the...
Texas Biologics to Bolster Research in Therapeutics
A cross-disciplinary effort made up of world-renowned faculty members and researchers working across all areas of therapeutics has launched at UT Austin.
2022 CNS Teaching Excellence Award
Congratulations Johann Eberhart, Awarded a 2022 CNS Teaching Excellence Award
New Research Advances Fight Against Human Metapneumovirus
New research could pave the way for a vaccine for a common respiratory virus.
Potential New Drug Target Could Boost Effectiveness of Chemotherapy Drugs
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered that a large family of reverse transcriptases (RTs)—enzymes that are found in all organisms and...