Chimdimnma Esimai awarded UNCF-Merck Graduate Science Research Fellowship
NIH Biotechnology Training Program in Cell and Tissue Engineering (CTEng)
U.S. News and World Report ranks the College of Engineering at #5 in the nation.
Researchers are developing synthetic platelets that could treat injured soldiers on the battlefield.
A new study provides insights into how cells stick to each other and to other bodily structures.
Several bicycle projects approved by the City of Atlanta for 2013-14 will improve connectivity to campus.
A new study has quantified the size holes made in bacteria by new antibacterial compounds.
January 31st deadline for nominations
Researchers are developing a technique for predicting the amount of protein-degrading enzymes a specific person would produce.
A new technique for connecting carbon nanotubes could facilitate use of the structures as interconnects.
A new study could hopping robots accomplish their missions with less energy.
Georgia Tech has some of the best chemists in the world according to rankings published by Thomson Reuters Science Watch.
The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering presented its University Rising Star Award to Tech for its commitment to providing successful outreach programs
García honored in two ways by the biomaterials community.
Ranked 2nd in the nation by US News and World Report
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program in Stem Cell Biomanufacturing announced its third class of Ph.D. student trainees.
Since the program’s inception in 2003, over 130 fellowships have been awarded.
$50,000 seed grants awarded to support early-stage innovative biotechnology research.
A team of surgeons and university researchers recently reported promising results from a novel surgical connection intended to streamline blood flow between the heart and lungs of infants born with just one functional ventricle, or pumping chamber, instead of the normal two.