Honey bees have developed a way to transform pollen particles into a viscoelastic pellet.
Comprised of three Georgia Tech graduate students, the inaugural Integrative and Quantitative Biosciences Accelerated Training Environment (InQuBATE) class is part of new National Institutes of Health grant to boost quantitative, data-rich biosciences
School of Biological Sciences professor and Tom and Marie Patton Chair heads to France to hold Blaise Pascal International Chair of Excellence, continue virus research, and teach
Interdisciplinary researchers discover a new membrane-dissolving toxin that V. cholerae injects into cells, giving science a possible new direction for battling the pathogen
New research from lab of Dan Goldman takes advantage of enhanced mobility
Eric Schumacher, professor in the School of Psychology, teaches that, with intentional practice, people can improve their happiness level regardless of the circumstances and their individual predisposition.
Traffic and wind regularly cause low frequency vibrations to ripple through steel and concrete in bridges. This energy would normally travel away from its source before dissipating — but Rachel Kuske has joined an effort to capture and recycle this energy
The NIH-funded program is designed to train a new generation of biomedical researchers and thought leaders to harness the data revolution.
Physicists at Georgia Tech and engineers at UC Santa Barbara are exploring the shallow underground world with a burrowing soft robot
SPRUCE experiment study shows elevated levels of greenhouse gases emerging from carbon-rich peatlands
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