A new way to stop brain cancer

A new way to stop brain cancer

February 18, 2019
Possible new treatment approach for chemotherapy-resistant glioblastoma

TRIM(ming) away proteins to curtail breast cancer

January 29, 2019
Discovery of new molecular targets to stop cancer cell metastasis

A new way to diagnose diseases

June 7, 2018
A new method can distinguish if a protein is misfolded and may be useful in a variety of diseases, from cancer to Alzheimer's

Treating cardiovascular disorders—and more—with the flip of a switch

April 25, 2018
Using light to switch calcium ions on and off may have implications for regenerative medicine

Texas A&M faculty awarded more than $8.6 million from CPRIT

August 22, 2017
Six recently-funded research projects at Texas A&M look to reduce the burden of cancer in Texas

Building bridges within the cell—using light

July 26, 2017
How a new technique allows researchers to tune communication between organelles on the scale of nanometers 

Epigenetic changes on demand: Turning the ‘traffic lights’ of DNA from red to green

April 20, 2017
Texas A&M researchers devise tool to decipher the epigenetic codes of the human genome

Harnessing the power of light to fight cancer

January 21, 2016
By controlling the actions of immune cells, they could be "instructed" to kill cancerous tumor cells