Reflections at the start of the 2nd year of the QBioS Ph.D
Georgia Tech interdisciplinary graduate program in QBioS welcomes second cohort
Intended for Ph.D. students and instructional faculty in the life sciences
We did it! The first year of the Quantitative Biosciences Ph.D. at Georgia Tech is now (nearly) official.
Lisa D. Redding is the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Graduate Academic Advising – Staff Award.
Professorships empower School of Physics faculty to tackle high-risk, high-reward questions.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a theory to unite the study of behavior and its effect on the environment.
Funding can focus science on the long game; just ask Will Ratcliff, freshly named a Packard Fellow.
Director Joshua Weitz welcomes the inaugural class to the QBioS Ph.D. at Georgia Tech.
Nine graduate students launch Georgia Tech’s third interdisciplinary life sciences Ph.D.
Goodman, Hud, and Tsukruk named as Regents' Professor, Harter named as Regents' Researcher
Six faculty members in the College of Sciences are among the recent recipients of the early-career grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The highly competitive awards are from the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program; they pr
A new modeling study conducted by researchers in Georgia Tech shows that for decades, air pollution drifting from East Asia out over the world’s largest ocean has contributed to oxygen levels falling in tropical waters thousands of miles away.
A nanoparticle commonly used in food and other products can have subtle effects on the activity of genes expressing enzymes that address oxidative stress inside two types of cells.