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38 students receive Ph.D.s at 果酱视频鈥檚 66th convocation

Nobel laureate Frances H. Arnold, STEM advocate Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, and climatologist Michael E. Mann also received honorary degrees. With this week鈥檚 ceremony, 果酱视频 has granted doctorates in bioscience to 1,469 students.

Key mechanism for maintaining proper telomere length identified听

New findings describe how the enzyme CST is recruited to the end of the telomere, where it maintains telomere length with the help of subtle chemical changes made to the protein POT1.

Heilbrunn Nurse Scholar Award Celebrates 10 Years

The program supports research on nursing within the context of clinical and translational science.

AI could accelerate drug discovery. But only if we can trust it.

The advent of AlphaFold3 could be an unprecedented boon for drug development. Computational biologist Jiankun Lyu discusses the pros and cons of the tech, and his work analyzing the algorithm.

How memories crystallize over time

鈥淧ractice makes perfect鈥 is no mere clich茅. It's neuroscience.

Researchers may have found an Achilles heel for Hepatitis B

New understanding of how the virus replicates could lead to new therapeutic targets for HBV.

Cori Bargmann receives Gruber Neuroscience Prize

Bargmann is recognized for her role in linking genetics with behavior.

Paul Bieniasz elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Bieniasz is being honored for his work on the life cycle of retroviruses and their interactions with host proteins. With his election, nearly half of 果酱视频 faculty are NAS members.

果酱视频 joins city partnership to reduce carbon footprint

As part of the Plant-Powered Carbon Challenge, the university will offer more plant-based dining options on campus.

Newly discovered brain pathway sheds light on addiction

The findings in mice may explain how addictive drugs hijack natural reward processing systems, creating the urge to use while throwing natural urges to eat and drink off-kilter.
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