Congratulations to QBioS doctoral student, Sarah Sundius, who was selected for a 2019-20 ARCS Scholar Award Fellowship.
Flavio Fenton and Carlos Silva have been elected as American Physics Society Fellows.
Despite their differences, current QBioS student research strives to inject quantitative models and methods into the core of how we discover new principles underlying the structure and function of living systems.
Studies of the distinctively shaped animal feces have won a 2019 Ig Nobel Prize for researchers in Georgia Tech and the University of Tasmania.
The Quantitative Biosciences Ph.D. welcomes its fourth cohort to the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Variability in night-to-night sleep time and reduced sleep quality adversely affect the ability of older adults to recall information.
Change is a feature of dynamic processes and, indeed, of dynamic programs.
It takes a village to raise a neuroscientist.
Congratulations to Alexander Bo Lee who was selected for the 2019-2020 Sam Nunn Security Program (SNSP)
Georgia Tech recognizes his educational innovations in teaching biology.
A new study by SMI Professors Dan Goldman and Zeb Rocklin shows how the motion of snakes moving across a sandy surface can be affected by obstacles.
Joel Kostka, Joshua Weitz join prestigious leadership group.
As part of their Strategic Plan Advisory Group (GT-SPAG) Award, the QBioS Ph.D. program announced a call for spring 2019 GRA funding to support QBioS student research that spans students’ dissertation research and interdisciplinary collaboration.