The next medical breakthrough for humans could come from studying fruit flies, nematodes or zebra fish.
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.
Houstonians have a new tool to help determine air quality in their communities and throughout the greater metropolitan area. "OzoneMap," a free smartphone and tablet app, delivers real-time ozone updates.
UH Gets Homeland Security Funding to Fight Bioterror
Focus of research on making biochemical threat detection economically sustainable.
New Supercomputer Allows for Massive Data Analysis in Less Time
UH Center for Advanced Computing and Data Systems acquires powerful cluster.
Students Unveil Mars Rover Models at UH Saturday, Jan. 31
Elementary and middle school students showcase creations at 13th annual contest.