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Through our innovative programs, Texas Biologics is investing in every phase of biologic development, from research support to clinical evaluation to commercialization.

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UT researchers are active in the development of new biologic therapies, including enzymes, antibodies, peptides and vaccines.

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There are many ways to engage with Texas Biologics, from academic collaboration to technology licensing to philanthropic support.

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First Science Studios Awardees Announced

In partnership with Dell Med’s HTRI, we awarded the first Science Studios awards. A major goal of the program is to connect clinician investigators at Dell Med with scientists across the UT campus to address outstanding questions in the medical sciences.

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Every year, millions of people become sickened by RSV, and more than 100,000 die. New vaccines with a connection to UT Austin may help turn those numbers around.

A structural biologist at UT Austin who played a key role in the development of COVID-19 vaccines has received the first Research Impact Award.

Alone, this target might not be strong enough to directly block infection, but might be used to jump-start or boost an immune response.