New material enables cheap, fast and portable sensors for a wide range of chemicals that right now cost government and industries large sums to detect.Read more
A new method to rapidly detect a single virus in urine could be adapted to detect a range of viruses, including Ebola, Zika and HIV.Read more
Andrew Ellington will describe how new biotechnology will improve health care on a global scale during the final 'Hot Science Cool Talks' lecture of spring 2013.
Event: "Hot Science Cool Talks" lecture featuring Andrew Ellington, professor of biochemistryRead more
The Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) at The University of Texas at Austin was recently awarded a federal Economic Development Administration grant to develop a public-private partnership to support an Austin-area wet laboratory incubator. The project is a result of an earlier ATI feasibility study that quantitated demand for a wet laboratory space in the Austin vicinity.Read more
The University of Texas at Austin is opening a laboratory that fills a critical gap in the process of developing new drugs and biotechnology products.Read more