How chiral systems emerged is one of the key questions of origins-of-life research.
Michael Goodisman studies social behavior of yellow jackets.
The 2020 scholars are a diverse cohort whose expertise spans a wide range of majors, notes chemistry professor Raquel Lieberman.
Antibiotic-testing platform developed by a team that includes Peter Yunker gets a shot at commercialization.
Recognitions come from U.S. and Chinese groups.
At a center-wide meeting last month, faculty and trainees came together; all members discussed strategic plans for SCMB, and the junior researchers led discussions on the collaborative seed projects.
Congratulations to QBioS doctoral student, Sarah Sundius, who was selected for a 2019-20 ARCS Scholar Award Fellowship.
NIH supporting Petit Institute/School of Biological Sciences researcher’s research strategy
Corals exude defenses against bacteria associated with bleaching, but warming disadvantages the defense. Conservation offers limited hope.
Flavio Fenton and Carlos Silva have been elected as American Physics Society Fellows.
Chris Reinhard talks about the search for more clues about early Earth and potential Earths among the exoplanets near our solar system.
Despite their differences, current QBioS student research strives to inject quantitative models and methods into the core of how we discover new principles underlying the structure and function of living systems.