Expanding QBioS leadership, celebrating our community's successes, and avoiding the 'intuition nightmare'
A new study led by Peter Yunker and Will Ratcliff probes the evolution of multicellular organisms and provides new insight into decades-long theories about early cell specialization and division of labor
School of Physics professor will work on classroom-related research project through fellowship
The interdisciplinary doctoral program in Quantitative Biosciences welcomes its fifth cohort to the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Quantitative reasoning given uncertainty is precisely the kind of approach necessary to understand how complex systems work.
School of Biological Sciences researcher presented with Faculty of the Year Award by Graduate SGA for student fee equity efforts
The QBioS graduate program starts a new seminar series
College of Sciences professor among researchers presenting latest info on virus
Junior faculty will use funds to advance studies in paleoecology and biodiversity, combinatorics and random graph theory
The 2020 scholars are a diverse cohort whose expertise spans a wide range of majors, notes chemistry professor Raquel Lieberman.
At a center-wide meeting last month, faculty and trainees came together; all members discussed strategic plans for SCMB, and the junior researchers led discussions on the collaborative seed projects.
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.
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)