At the University of Houston, new technology is helping research faculty and transforming the way undergraduate biology and biochemistry students learn about human anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Don Van Nieuwenhuise, director of the Professional Geoscience Programs at UH, understands the importance of communicating with the public about current issues in the petroleum industry.
Since authoring his first peer-reviewed article as a freshman, this physics alumnus has shined as a research prodigy.
Promising Target for New Drugs Found in Pancreatic Cancer Cells
UH researchers aiming to defeat one of deadliest cancers by targeting liver X receptors.
Summer Institute Benefits High School Physics Teachers
Program helps teachers engage students through active learning in physics classrooms.
Evans and Tomforde Honored with NSM's Butler Teaching Award
Faculty members recognized for engaging, mentoring and challenging their students.