Not too long ago deconstructing and analyzing DNA codes took scientists several years. Now the work can be done in a couple of days.
The next medical breakthrough for humans could come from studying fruit flies, nematodes or zebra fish.
Since authoring his first peer-reviewed article as a freshman, this physics alumnus has shined as a research prodigy.
Dryer, Biology Professor, Seeks to Identify Therapies for Kidney Disease
TRPC6 inhibitors a promising therapy.
Hackers Gonna Hack: UH Gets $2.6M to Protect Next-Gen 911 Centers
Department of Homeland Security awards research contract aimed at DDoS cyberattacks.
UH Researchers Design Material with Potential Use in Solid-State Lasers
Material absorbs in the deep-ultraviolet wavelengths, has been produced in crystal form.