Nebraska researchers have implicated a leading suspect in two open medical cases: the common recurrence of multiple sclerosis and the fuzzy thread tying MS to mononucleosis.
Inspired by YouTube and the university’s Center for Transformative Teaching, Chad Brassil is putting marker to glass in an effort to make the remote teaching of biology more illustrative, comprehensible and personal.
By resurrecting its extinct ancestors, Husker biologists have helped show that a mutational two-step transformed an overly possessive biomolecule into the four-part, bloodstream-cruising transport that both embraces oxygen and knows how to let it go.
Findings from Nebraska's Anastasia Madsen and colleagues could help improve population estimates of elusive and endangered species.
A program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is encouraging researchers to step outside the lab and view their innovation from stakeholders’ perspectives.
N Gateway Graduate students Brandi Pessman and Crystal Uminski earned Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards from the National Science Foundation. Pessman