Quantitative reasoning given uncertainty is precisely the kind of approach necessary to understand how complex systems work.
Drug creates serious disturbances in the electrical signals that govern heartbeat.
A study led by The Diggle Lab found that the opportunistic pathogen "Pseudomonas aeruginosa" can quickly evolve in a synthetic media that mimics cystic fibrosis sputum, to develop tolerance and resistance to certain antibiotics.
Examining bacteria growing on toddlers’ teeth, Marvin Whiteley and a team from the University of Pennsylvania found microbes’ spatial organization is crucial to how they cause tooth decay.
Using the Mini Rover, researchers have studied locomotion techniques that could help future rovers work on granular lunar and planetary surfaces.
School of Biological Sciences researcher presented with Faculty of the Year Award by Graduate SGA for student fee equity efforts
The presumed immunity of those who have recovered from the coronavirus infection could allow them to substitute for susceptible people.
Sarah Sundius was selected for a 2020 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship Award.
Congratulations to QBioS doctoral student, Kelimar Diaz Cruz, for winning a 2020 Goizueta Fellowship.
Volunteer Georgia Tech researchers burn midnight oil to produce important enzymes that make coronavirus test kits work.
Eos article led by Joel Kostka spotlights ten years of advances in genomics, analysis of how ecosystems react to oil spills
The QBioS graduate program starts a new seminar series
Professor Yao Yao has been selected as a 2020 Sloan Fellow.
Junior faculty will use funds to advance studies in paleoecology and biodiversity, combinatorics and random graph theory
College of Sciences professor among researchers presenting latest info on virus