News Archive

Post date: 2021

In the armpit lymph nodes of people who had received the mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, researchers found germinal centers needed to generate long-lived antibody-making cells.
03/31/2021 - 08:07
Research study from Georgia Tech and Harvard University analyzed data from 528 athletic events that had spectators in the stadiums and found no correlation with a spike in Covid-19 cases.
03/24/2021 - 13:05
Most modeling efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic have sought to address urgent practical concerns. But some groups aim to bolster the theoretical underpinnings of that work instead.
03/23/2021 - 13:47
As Georgia prepares to become the third state in the country to open coronavirus vaccine appointments to all adults, some are questioning how much more difficult it will become to get an appointment.
03/24/2021 - 08:11
Temenoff lab collaborates on new technology to "retrain" cells to help repair damaged brain tissue.
03/24/2021 - 08:19
Georgia Tech researchers are using a graphical model framework to find a better way to identify cells and understand neural activity in the brain.
03/18/2021 - 09:38
GT neuroscience researchers have uncovered a better way to identify cells and understand the mechanisms of the diseases, potentially leading to better understanding, diagnosis, and treatment.
03/18/2021 - 09:36
Georgia Tech researchers are using a graphical model framework to find a better way to identify cells and understand neural activity in the brain.
03/18/2021 - 09:34
Georgia Tech Professor Hang Lu is excited about the potential of this tool to crowdsource so that other researchers working on the same problem can share insights.
03/18/2021 - 09:31
Borrowing from existing tools such as graphical models, GT neuroscience researchers have uncovered a better way to identify cells and understand the mechanisms of the diseases.
03/18/2021 - 09:26
Georgia Tech researchers use a graphical model framework to uncover a better way to identify cells and understand neural activities in the brain.
03/18/2021 - 09:23
A CRISPR system—targeting viral RNA instead of human DNA—could work as an inhaled anti-viral therapeutic that can be preprogrammed to seek out and foil potentially almost any flu strain and many other respiratory viruses.
03/16/2021 - 10:28
New research by Dan Goldman sheds light on the molecular and mechanical strategies that plant roots have for navigating through heterogenous, often rocky soil.
03/16/2021 - 12:55
According to Gleb Yushin, “most companies, universities, and national labs overlook” that.
03/12/2021 - 12:50
“Phage” therapies offer potential strategy to combat antibacterial resistance.
03/12/2021 - 10:07
Nature Biotechnology asks a selection of faculty about the most exciting frontier in their field and the most needed technologies for advancing knowledge and applications.
03/12/2021 - 13:43
A biomedical engineering lab designed and tested in lab animals gene-edited therapies for influenza and Covid-19, inhaled by patients with a home device.
03/11/2021 - 12:16
How did life get started? And how are we using what we know to look for it throughout the galaxy?
03/08/2021 - 09:22
Petit Researcher James Rains receives Community Award for his work with Jackson Medical & Georgia Tech.
03/09/2021 - 09:32
Experiencing racism throughout her educational years Aqua Asberry now uses those experiences in her career to bring more awareness to the need for improved diversity and inclusion within pathology and laboratory medicine.
03/04/2021 - 07:55

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