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Researchers buzzing about antibiotics and their harmful impacts on honeybees
March 24, 2017
Integrative biology professor Nancy Moran and postdoctoral researcher Kasie Raymann are studying the bacteria that live inside of the guts of honeybees and how this bacteria impacts honeybee health.
UT researchers develop new brain probes
March 9, 2017
A new brain probe developed by UT researchers allows for reliable, long-term recording of pathways in the brain.
Astronomers find seven Earth-sized, potentially habitable planets
March 3, 2017
According to the research study, which was published in Nature last week, and findings from NASA, all seven planets could potentially support liquid water.
UT professors present real facts about fake news
February 27, 2017
Over the past year, the term “fake news” has become a buzzword for politicians and media sources alike, but UT professors say the concept has deeper roots.
Seton Medical welcomes robot hospital assistants
February 16, 2017
Poli, a robotic hospital assistant tasked to save nurses’ time, is now making the rounds at Seton Medical Center at Austin.
A spotlight on cancer research at UT: Dr. Brock’s lab
January 29, 2017
Biomedical engineering associate professor Amy Brock is creating a model to defeat chemotherapy resistance.
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