What do video games and oil exploration have in common? Both require very demanding computer applications that can rapidly process massive amounts of data.
At the University of Houston, new technology is helping research faculty and transforming the way undergraduate biology and biochemistry students learn about human anatomy, physiology and pathology.
The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JOVE) was created to address the challenges of reproducing experimental studies from a journal article.
Research May Lead to Reliable Alternative to Open-Heart Surgery
UH mathematician Suncica Canic recognized as SIAM Fellow at recent ceremony.
Fox Named Fellow in International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life
One of four fellows recognized at meeting in Japan.
Biology's Comprehensive Student Success Program Recognized for Excellence
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board acknowledges program's success.