Dooley Aims to Prevent Antimicrobial Resistance
Doctoral candidate David Dooley’s research is aimed at preventing antimicrobial resistance using CRISPR/Cas technology.
Keeping an “Ion” Sangoro’s Research
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro and doctoral student Matthew Harris made a discovery that may improve the understanding of the nature of liquid–liquid transitions.
Associate Professor Steven Abel is teaching students to use mathematical and computational tools to study cell biology in his new first-year seminar, Exploring COVID-19.
Trinh’s Research Highlighted by Department of Energy
Research by Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh was highlighted on the DOE Office of Science’s website.
Undergraduates Show Off Research at Second Annual Poster Presentation
Several undergraduate students presented their research at the second annual CBE Undergraduate Research Poster Presentation on March 12.
Ragauskas Helps Lead Biofuel-Related Breakthrough, Gains Honors
Arthur Ragauskas, UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Biorefining, and his team lead a breakthrough study in biofuels that has been celebrated by his peers.
Vo Overcomes Challenges Inside and Outside the Lab
CBE senior Lam Vo overcame many challenges and discovered his passion working in a UT research laboratory.
Building Bridges to the Future of Modeling
Manolis Doxastakis’ research in multiscale computational modeling is building bridges between what exists and what’s possible.
Laursen’s a Catalyst for Change
Associate Professor Siris Laursen’s research using computers to explore possible catalysts at the atomic level has lead to breakthroughs by taking new approaches to science.
Trinh Tackles Cells at Their Core
Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh’s research combines a wide range of math, science, and computing with the goal to reduce lag times in identifying and responding to diseases.