Researchers use advanced sequencing and TACC’s Ranger supercomputer to uncover origin of common algae.
Grad student Tiffany Suekama's research trip to Japan and the rich cultural experiences there changed her life.
Experts in China are working with Michigan State University to grow the population size of wild, protected pandas.
The award-winning online system is changing the way students, and teachers, look at learning math facts.
George Mason University undergraduate students design a self-feeding device for a student with disabilities.
Recent developments in materials and devices for terahertz wave manipulation have opened the door to new, improved applications in imaging and communications.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy symptoms related to blast exposure and tackling can be greatly lessened by controlling the reactive movement of the head.
The powder, containing a photoactive compound, offers a treatment for the potentially lethal bacteria, A. baumannii, by simply adding sunlight.
Academic researchers and industry members collaborate to better understand how an entire building of a cold-formed steel reacts to an earthquake.