Join the 44th annual Holiday Iron Pour at Georgia State University! For more than four decades of tradition, the Annual Holiday Iron Pour takes place at the new sculpture building at 246 Edgewood Ave. The… more »
Georgia State University, in partnership with WestEd and Atlanta Public Schools, has received a nearly $7.5M National Institute of Justice (NIJ) grant led by WestEd to develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive school safety initiative in Atlanta Public Schools.
The goal of the school safety initiative is to create supportive learning environments where students… more »
ATLANTA—Human brains exhibit more plasticity, the tendency to be modeled by the environment, than chimpanzee brains, which may account for part of human evolution, according to researchers at Georgia State University, the George Washington University and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The findings provide insight into why humans are capable of… more »
Georgia State University’s International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) team received a silver medal at the 2015 Giant Jamboree. Other silver medalists included Yale University, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.
The five-day conference is the culmination of the annual synthetic biology research competition that challenges students to develop biologically-based solutions for real-world problems. Two… more »
Georgia State University and the United Kingdom’s University of Nottingham have partnered to initiate several innovative breast cancer studies aimed at improving the diagnosis of the disease, determining tumor aggressiveness more accurately and optimizing patient treatment.
The University of Nottingham is the birthplace of the distinguished Nottingham grading system, a widely used histologic grading system… more »
The college is sad to announce that Cliff Kuhn, Associate Professor of History at Georgia State University, died on Sunday afternoon from a heart attack. Dr. Kuhn was not only a vital member of his department but also of his profession and of Atlanta’s historical community.
“Cliff Kuhn was truly a historian for the people,”… more »
Ivaylo Ivanov, associate professor of chemistry at Georgia State University, has received a five-year, $1.675 million federal grant to study how problems with DNA replication and repair may lead to cancer susceptibility and inheritable genetic diseases.
The project is funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health… more »
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Two Georgia State University scientists were among experts invited by The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) to discuss space weather events related to science and technology efforts, and national preparedness on Thursday, Oct. 29.
Piet Martens, professor in the Physics and Astronomy Department at Georgia State, and Rafal Angryk, associate… more »