QBioS students were recognized for outstanding publications, as well as for service to the QBioS community.
Georgia Tech research provides insights into how this insect superfood can be raised and fed in dense groups without overheating
An international team finds a new twist in the Earth’s oceanic nutrient cycles, adding new possibilities for a key building block of life on Earth and Earth-like planets beyond the solar system.
Lieberman is first chair of the Kelly Sepcic Pfeil, Ph.D. Faculty Endowment, an alumna-funded effort designed to increase the number of women faculty in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and help narrow the gender gap in STEM degrees, careers
Georgia Tech points to what’s next, and how the Institute will contribute. “Discovering life beyond Earth would fundamentally change humanity’s perspective on our place in the universe,” says Earth and Atmospheric Sciences' Jennifer Glass.
Atlanta is often called the “city in a forest” because of its lush canopy of trees, uncommon for a major city. In the heart of that forest sits Georgia Tech’s 400-acre campus. And within campus lies a variety of wildlife that's made Georgia Tech its home.
New study led by School of Biological Sciences’ Lewis Wheaton uses prehistoric stone toolmaking to fill in the gaps on how vision and movement evolve to help people learn complicated tasks
The duo of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences associate professors are among 20 Scialog® winners of $1.1 million in funding. Glass and Reinhard are also among AGU’s latest cohort of annual awardees.
Updates on our new students, a new training grant, current student awards, and other highlights.
We believe that the unique sense of camaraderie in the QBioS cohort is an important part of the experience of being a graduate student and is an essential factor for prospective students to consider.
The interdisciplinary doctoral program in Quantitative Biosciences welcomes its sixth cohort to Georgia Tech.