News Listings

All mammals "go" in the same amount of time, and the new findings could lead to medical advances.

An award to recognize sustained engagement of graduate students and postdoctoral associates as undergraduate research mentors has been established in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

New research from Dixon and Vannberg labs illuminate critical role of courier nanoparticles

Wide range of personnel honored with Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Awards

Congratulations to the following faculty and staff members who were honored at the 2017 Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on April 21

Robert Butera Named Associate Dean for Research and Innovation effective May 1.

Rob Mannino is poised to advance the field of mobile health technology

TINA and Hera Health using Round One experience to build for the future

A new study shows how methane may have warmed the early Earth.

Startup supported by Atlantic Pediatric Device Consortium making it easier to detect harmless heart murmurs


In the News

Georgia Tech researchers identify secret ingredient that may have caused life to spring from primordial soup: thickener
NIH grants to Georgia Tech and Emory researchers target Parkinson's and other diseases
Georgia Tech researchers gain new insights into microbial mechanisms, which could degrade pollutants and help rescue crops
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Georgia Tech and Emory researchers find adapted tango program alters balance control in Parkinson's patients
Georgia Tech researcher part of new studies mapping genetic profiles of early humans migrating from Africa.
Petit Institute researcher Joe LaChance helps trace world population to single migration from Africa.
Innovation center in Technology Square will drive collaboration between UCB and Georgia Tech and impact the lives of people with severe diseases.
Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson announces new innovation center (with more to come!)
Petit Institute researcher's about viral ecology on "shortlist" for Royal Society of Biology Book Award
Petit Institute researcher weighs in on why the science hasn't gone mainstream