Technological advances in eye surgery is the topic for the May 2 Science Cafe at 7 p.m. at the Slowdown. Leading the discussion is Ophthalmologist Donny Suh, M.D., chief of ...
An editorial in the Omaha World-Herald speaks positively on the results from a recent Parkinson's-related clinical trial by the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Vincent Woolf leads the next Science Cafe discussion titled "Silent Sky and the Cosmic Ladder" on Tuesday, April 11 at 7 p.m. at the Slowdown.
Dr. Mahendra S. Rao is the featured speaker for the Lunch and Learn April 21. Dr. Rao is internationally known for his research involving human embryonic stem cells and other ...
Researchers at UNMC tested a drug that transforms the immune system for therapeutic and diagnostic gain in Parkinson's disease.
Best known as a host for the popular TV show Mythbusters, Kari Byron will headline the 2017 Nebraska Science Festival on April 21.
Dr. John D. Jackson, Ph.D., leads the discussion titled "Bioprinting: Enabling Technology for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine." Jackson is an associate professor in the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at ...
Several of Trump’s cabinet nominees have been outspoken critics of using embryonic stem cells and fetal tissue in research, and now some scientists fear the worst.
Kari Byron, best known as a host on Discovery Channel’s "Mythbusters" and "The White Rabbit Project" on Netflix, will headline the 2017 Nebraska Science Festival on April 21.