Researchers have identified biological signatures in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease to predict whether they will...
QBioS Professor Lewis Wheaton on the development of brain-machine interfaces (BMIs), wired external devices that are controlled solely by brain activity.
Raquel Lieberman, associate professor at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is having the Best. Winter. Ever.
Smithsonian Magazine highlights how a clogged ear on a scuba trip led a Tech graduate student to study the dust-filtering properties of the waxy substance.
The movement of frogs eating is a marvel of physics being expored by Alexa Noel in David Hu's Biomechanics lab.
The actions of bacteria locked in battle are nearly as calculable as a chemical reaction.
Petit Institute researcher elected as councilor in American Chemistry Society
Using super-resolution imaging, a Georgia Tech research team has observed the molecular reorganizations involved in...
Alexis Noel, Ph.D. candidate from the David Hu lab, figured out the reason for your cat's weird tongue with a giant 3D model.
The ocean's dead zones teem with microbes, studies show. Frank Stewart explains the research.
Michael Kohn, Rice University
A molecular description of cellulose biosynthesis
Inquiring Minds Public Lecture
"Evolutionary Genomics of Prostate Cancer in African Men" - Joseph Lachance, Ph.D - Georgia Tech
"Spike Timing, Precision, and Sensory Conflict in Motor Control" - Simon Sponberg, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Faculty labs affiliated with the Quantitative Biosciences program will be showcasing their research in this poster session.
Mandatory Orientation for Incoming Students in QBioS
QBioS Graduate Program Discussion
Georgia Tech Launches new Interdisciplinary PhD in Quantitative Biosciences