Board of Regents' Distinctions honor the recipients for their outstanding contributions and excellence.
The team used a computational math theory to identify gene-gene interactions that may be good targets for treating basal-like cancers that are resistant to traditional hormone therapies.
The grant will support innovative research on lipid-based immunotherapies, which could help develop the next generation of universal immunotherapies.
Georgia Tech researchers are teaming up with NASA to study bacteria on the International Space Station to help define how scientists and healthcare professionals combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria for long-duration space missions.
Students create a multilayered menstrual pad add-on that collects blood samples for gynecological disease screening.
Researchers at Georgia Tech and University of Helsinki have discovered a mechanism steering the evolution of multicellular life. They identified how altered protein folding drives multicellular evolution.
The researchers used data to investigate natural divisions in bacteria with a goal of determining a viable method for organizing them into species and strains.
Georgia Tech chemists are exploring the behavior of a complex protein associated with glaucoma — characterizing one of the largest amyloid-forming proteins to date.
In a first-of-its-kind study, the researchers discovered that sea cucumbers protect coral from disease.
The Georgia Tech Integrated Cancer Research Center has combined machine learning with information on blood metabolites to develop a new early diagnostic test that detects ovarian cancer with 93 percent accuracy.