News & Events

News

Tech researchers have a new theory on why flamingos stand and sleep on one leg.
Intended for Ph.D. students and instructional faculty in the life sciences
A new analysis of decades of data on oceans across the globe has revealed that the amount of dissolved oxygen contained in...
Researchers have discovered a fundamentally new source of electrical instability in the heart that can lead to dangerous...
We did it! The first year of the Quantitative Biosciences Ph.D. at Georgia Tech is now (nearly) official.
Researchers have extended the hypothesis for how early arriving species gain an ecosystem advantage through adaptive...
New research from Dixon and Vannberg labs illuminate critical role of courier nanoparticles
What can microorganisms teach us about climate change?
Lisa D. Redding is the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Graduate Academic Advising – Staff Award.
A new study shows how methane may have warmed the early Earth.

Past Events

Thursday
Dec
1
2016
Michael Kohn, Rice University
Tuesday
Nov
29
2016
A molecular description of cellulose biosynthesis
Thursday
Nov
17
2016
Inquiring Minds Public Lecture
Tuesday
Oct
4
2016
"Evolutionary Genomics of Prostate Cancer in African Men" - Joseph Lachance, Ph.D - Georgia Tech
Monday
Oct
3
2016
"Spike Timing, Precision, and Sensory Conflict in Motor Control" - Simon Sponberg, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Thursday
Aug
18
2016
Faculty labs affiliated with the Quantitative Biosciences program will be showcasing their research in this poster session.
Monday
Aug
15
2016
Mandatory Orientation for Incoming Students in QBioS
Friday
Oct
2
2015
QBioS Graduate Program Discussion
Wednesday
Sep
9
2015
Georgia Tech Launches new Interdisciplinary PhD in Quantitative Biosciences