Post date: 2020
A new therapy using a skin cream infused with microscopic STAR particles and a therapeutic drug could facilitate better treatment of skin diseases.
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
Krishnendu Roy and Johnna Temenoff lead a NSF Engineering Research Center at Tech
When one or more coronavirus vaccines receives FDA emergency use authorization, it will launch a major public health and logistics initiative.
Grad student leadership delivers new format for traditional spring celebration of science and community
Post date: 2017
25th annual gathering at the Petit Institute featured ground-breaking research in neuroscience
Yoganathan lab leads new research in formation of transcatheter heart valve thrombosis
Kathleen Bates wins Chris Ruffin Student Leadership Award at fourth annual bioengineering program event
It's time to develop alternate drugs against small infections as a strategy to slow the antibiotic resistance crisis, Georgia Tech evolutionary bacteriologists say.
A new drug design strategy could boost the odds against developing antibiotic resistance.
Post date: 2019
Pamela Peralta-Yahya and colleagues urge federal investment in the field.
Defying expectations, life building blocks spontaneously linked up in an experiment on how prebiotic chemistry took steps toward becoming the early life chemistry behind proteins.
Georgia Institute of Technology President G.P. “Bud” Peterson today announced he will retire as president in the summer of 2019, a position he’s served in since 2009.
Post date: 2018
Temenoff Appointed to Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Professorship
A mechanism tries to stop our T cells from causing autoimmune disorders, and it's like a tight handshake that kills overly aggressive T cells.
A proof-of-concept sensor could help with monitoring treatment of brain aneurysms.
Post date: 2021
Ph.D. student Devika Singh, winner of inaugural Borodovsky Prize as the top Bioinformatics graduate student of 2021, also completed her B.S. and M.S. at Georgia Tech. The award will help Singh continue her genomics studies.
The NIH-funded program is designed to train a new generation of biomedical researchers and thought leaders to harness the data revolution.
Post date: 2016
APDC-supported CorMatrix, develops devices that can grow with the patient
BME interim chair guiding department during transition period