The ‘Serial Effect’ — Unpacking the Phenomenon of the True-Crime Podcast
A criminal law specialist delves into the rise of true-crime podcasts to investigate their impact on juries and trials.
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Applications are now open for an internal grant program that supports professional and artistic activities.
A new Georgia State University study suggests that college women majoring in STEM fields are more frequently victims of sexual assault than their non-STEM counterparts.
Georgia State’s library takes an enterprising approach to supporting research across the university.
Psyllium Fiber Protects Against Colitis by Activating Bile Acid Sensor, Biomedical Sciences Researchers Find
Psyllium fiber protects against ulcerative colitis and suppresses inflammation by activating the bile acid nuclear receptor, a mechanism that was previously unrecognized, according to a new study by researchers in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University.
Georgia State Chemistry Professor Paulos Yohannes is helping to open the door to the power of Ethiopia’s medicinal plants.
A research team at Georgia State University is exposing the shady practices used on social media and dating apps to commit “romance fraud.”
Geert de Vries received the prestigious honor for advancing the field of behavioral neuroscience.
Research led by Georgia State’s NeuroPhysics Laboratory finds a new way to locate seizures using the brain’s slowest waves.
As part of the Carnegie fellowship, Paulos Yohannes will work with chemistry faculty at both Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and at Georgia State to help identify and analyze key healing ingredients in medicinal plants native to Ethiopia.
The university has spent more than $1 billion on its diverse research portfolio since fiscal year 2017.
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