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Posted on 2017-11-16 18:42.

Scholar, educator, award-winning book author, interdisciplinary innovator, and shaper of future scientists, Joshua S. Weitz wears many hats at Georgia Tech, but his influence reaches far beyond. For his contributions to the field of viral ecology, Joshua Weitz has been elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Posted on 2017-11-15 18:34.

Minda Monteagudo and Conan Zhao are among six members of the College of Sciences community to be named 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Fellows. The program brings together faculty, staff, and students who individually and collectively advance their action, research, or teaching objectives while enhancing the culture of inclusive excellence at Tech.

Posted on 2017-11-15 12:29.

Petit Institute core facility at Georgia Tech adds new equipment and services, allowing researchers to dive deeper

Posted on 2017-10-31 13:33.

In the Ford Environmental Science and Technology Building, the office of Martha Grover is three doors from that of Jennifer Glass. Both are Georgia Tech scientists doing research related to astrobiology – life in the cosmos – but until last year they hardly talked to each other as researchers with common interests. Now, Grover, Glass, and others at Tech are members of a growing community that’s coalescing astrobiology activities across campus.

 

Posted on 2017-10-30 14:24.

Sam Brown aims to understand the dynamics of the bacterial populations – or microbiomes – associated with cystic fibrosis to develop treatments targeting the specific microbiomes of individual patients.

Posted on 2017-09-29 16:47.

Postdocs Karan Jani and Karelle Sielez, at the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics, and Nastassia Patin, at the School of Biological Sciences, are recognized for outstanding work at the 2017 Georgia Tech Postdoctoral Research Symposium.  

Posted on 2017-09-25 09:12.

Jordan lab teams with university in Uganda to build research capacity in Africa

Posted on 2017-09-20 14:45.

The National Science Foundation awarded Young-Hui Chang and Senior Lecturer Lee Childers a grant to figure out how to make the use of wearable lower-limb robotic prostheses much easier for patients and thereby reduce the burden on the healthcare system.

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