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Life Sciences

Biochemistry

Now available on campus: Microscopy tech that can create images of large and small molecules for scientists and engineers

A&M plans open house and symposium for new cryo-EM facility on Dec. 3
Biomedical Sciences

Insects are unlikely to spread coronavirus, new A&M study says

CDC-funded research answers concern about virus transmission
Ecosystems

Balancing act: Ongoing research aims to protect both bats and people

Survey identifies abandoned structures that provide seasonal habitats
COVID-19

Most Americans took risks with travel or leisure before vaccinations began

The most common risky activity? Visiting family or friends, new A&M survey finds
Biochemistry

Disarming bacteria? Phages may offer gentler remedies for infections

Unlike traditional phage therapy, this new approach will avoid releasing toxins in the body, A&M researchers say
Biochemistry

‘Notoriously difficult’: Researchers study function of amino-acid radicals

Results could have implications from cancer drugs to solar energy
Animal Models

A&M-UTMB team identifies potential drug to treat SARS-CoV-2

In a newly published study, researchers call for clinical trials on an FDA-approved heart medication
Biochemistry

New class of antibiotics? Study says ‘hidden’ genes could provide the key

Membrane-localized phage proteins may also help revitalize and enhance existing antibiotics
Entomology

Self-deleting genes allow scientists to test methods for mosquito control

Project receives $3.9 million in funding from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases