It was a year of big accomplishments for Georgia State University.
Archives for December 2013
Georgia State students and alumni are entering Atlanta’s burgeoning world of technology startups.
A Georgia State University researcher is working on a treatment for diabetic foot ulcer, a stubborn type of wound that often leads to amputation.
Nutrition prof Dan Benardot has advised Olympic skaters, gymnasts and marathon runners on how to eat. And he has some advice for the rest of us – eat more often.
Basketball coach Ron Hunter was torn by the decision. Would coaching his own son, R.J., at Georgia State be a boost for the team, or a strain their father-son relationship?
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email The Center for Nano-Optics, a research center whose focus on the science of developing tools and [...]
Physics professor Mark Stockman’s work could help develop computers that are 1,000 times faster than those we use today.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email African-American women who get breast cancer often get more aggressive forms of the disease and at [...]
Shedrick Turner is passionate about sneakers. And his designs are getting the attention of sneaker blogs and a big-name shoe-maker.
Kell Hall will be torn down to create a large lawn, and a new greenway will wind through campus, connecting Woodruff Park to the courtyard at the Parker H. Petit Science Center.