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In recent papers, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Princess Imoukhuede and co-authors have made significant progress in personalizing angiogenesis inhibition cancer treatments.

In recent papers, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Princess Imoukhuede and co-authors have made significant progress in personalizing angiogenesis inhibition cancer treatments. 

Where Will Science Take Us In 20 Years? New Blog Provides Predictions for the Year 2034

The Science Coalition has launched the new blog SCIENCE 2034, which features predictions of what science and innovation will yield for the future.

Plant biology professor Evan DeLucia and colleagues found that land plants have the capacity to produce much more biomass than previously estimated.

Plant biology professor Evan DeLucia and colleagues found that land plants have the capacity to produce much more biomass than previously estimated.

IGB Fellow Scott Woolbright describes how climate relicts - regions with uncharacteristic qualities - help understand how climate change affects ecological communities.

IGB Fellow Scott Woolbright describes how climate relicts - regions with uncharacteristic qualities - help understand how climate change affects ecological communities.

Jun Song, Founder Professor of Bioengineering and Physics, led a combined genomic and computational approach in biomedical research to reprogram stem cells.

Jun Song, Founder Professor of Bioengineering and Physics, led a combined genomic and computational approach in biomedical research to reprogram stem cells.

IGB director Gene Robinson and colleagues found that changes in brain metabolism influence insect aggression.

IGB director Gene Robinson and colleagues found that changes in brain metabolism influence insect aggression.

Professor Ning Wang led a team that found that tumor-repopulating cancer cells can go dormant in stiffer tissues but wake up and multiply when placed in a softer environment.

Professor Ning Wang led a team that found that tumor-repopulating cancer cells can go dormant in stiffer tissues but wake up and multiply when placed in a softer environment.

Inspired by the Red Queen in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, plant biologist James O’Dwyer with collaborators from Singapore improved an ecology model to better understand evolution.

Inspired by the Red Queen in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, plant biologist James O’Dwyer with collaborators from Singapore improved an ecology model to better understand evolution.

Plant biologist Steve Long ponders strategies to recruit the next generation of researchers.

Plant biologist Steve Long ponders strategies to recruit the next generation of researchers.

IGB director Gene Robinson (left, with citizen scientist Paul Tenczar) led research which placed RFID tags on honey bees to track the activity of individual bees in the hive.

IGB director Gene Robinson (left, with citizen scientist Paul Tenczar) led research which placed RFID tags on honey bees to track the activity of individual bees in the hive.