A pioneering study from Nebraska's Matt Wiebe and Annabel Olson shows that losing a gene can improve evolutionary fitness.
Bacteria may play an important role in whether a woman develops cervical cancer, according to global health research newly published by scientists from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The School of Biological Sciences would like to congratulate Dr. Melissa Whitman on having her research being featured in the Rhododendron Research Network Newsletter. As the name imp
Nebraska's Colin Meiklejohn and colleagues have shown that a selfish streak in genes known to drive species apart might occasionally bring them closer together.
Jay Storz has written a book inspired by years of research into hemoglobin -- the protein that makes us all bleed Husker red.
With a five-year, $3.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, an interdisciplinary team that includes Nebraska's Qingsheng Li is engineering special antibodies with the goal of creating a safer, easier method for fighting the virus.