Researchers have captured and analyzed nearly all of the brain signals sent to the wings of hawk moths.
Researchers have leveraged cockroaches' scurrying skills for a cleverly simple method to assess and improve locomotion in robots.
It takes a village to raise a neuroscientist.
On November 15, 2018, Elma Kajtaz presented the oral defense of her doctoral thesis, entitled, "Autogenic and Intermuscular Pathways in Cats with Partial Spinal Cord Lesions."
As the QBioS program enters its third year, our first cohort of students are making progress on their doctoral thesis proposals, with a variety of interesting topics.
Klingenstein-Simons fellowship will help Simon Sponberg reveal how neural systems organize for sophisticated behaviors like flight.
The Quantitative Biosciences Ph.D. at Georgia Tech is now wrapping up its second year.
Congratulations to Brandon Pratt, who was selected for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Researchers are interested in the strategies creatures have developed to overcome the challenges of moving though their environments.
Congratulations to Joy Putney, who was selected for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
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
Scientists have learned how the hawkmoth juggles the complex sensing and control challenges of seeing in the dark, hovering in mid-air and tracking moving flowers.