As part of Women’s History Month, Nebraska Today is featuring female Huskers — from the past to current day — who have made or are making impacts on campus. Today, we’re highlighting Gladys Henry Dick, a 1900 graduate who helped co-develop the scarlet fever vaccine.
New research led by Nebraska’s Jay Storz and Anthony Signore shows that penguins’ ability to dive deep for seafood is very much in their blood.
Welcome to “She’s a Scientist,” a new video series launched to highlight the work of female researchers on campus. The series continues with Eileen Hebets, whose research and outreach engages the public in the evolutionary wonders of arachnids.
A single-celled organism that wants no oxygen, needs no light and feeds on waste products can also yield sizable amounts of isoprene, the primary component of synthetic rubber.
A vaccine candidate developed by Nebraska’s Eric Weaver and colleagues has demonstrated signs of protection against an unprecedented range of swine flu strains, the likes of which drove pandemics in both 2009 and 1918.