Proteases are like poetry

Romas Kazlauskas reflects on a decade of advancements in protein engineering.

Research brief: Diamonds are "forever", PFAS are not

Researchers identify a path toward potentially breaking down polyflourinated chemicals.

Going above and beyond

LeeAnn Higgins receives President’s Award for Outstanding Service for her contributions to the U of M.

Building bridges to the next generation of biologists

BMBB DEI committee hosts students from Washington Tech High School to introduce them to the University and future careers in biology.

A new tool to study cell movement promises to advance cancer research

A team of U of M researchers' research has led to a new laboratory test to measure cell mechanotypes quickly and easily.

Hot, Dry, and Burning

Biochemistry undergraduate Amital Shaver spent the summer in Alaska learning to fight wildfires with an all-female crew.

Taking the long view

The BMBB DEI committee hosted students from Heritage E-STEM Magnet School as a way to spark an interest in the sciences.

A bacterial bullseye

Microbial Engineering graduate student Maddy Bygd identified a promising new candidate for remediating “forever chemicals” in soil

Research opportunities for underrepresented minority students

Sparking science joy

The BMBB DEI committee hosted a day of activities on campus for Heritage E-STEM magnet school to inspire interest and enthusiasm for science.