The Gathering Storm
As natural disasters unfold at an ever more rapid clip, professor Ann-Margaret Esnard is researching how cities can prepare better and bounce back faster.
Individuals with schizophrenia, on average, have a thinner cerebral cortex, the largest part of the brain that controls higher intellectual functions and motor activity, compared to healthy people, according to an international study co-led by Georgia State University and the University of California, Irvine.
Reports that use of electronic cigarettes is declining may not have accounted for explosive growth in sales of the JUUL device, a novel product that has benefited from social media marketing campaigns to reach young consumers, according to a study led by researchers at Georgia State University’s School of Public Health.
An important breakthrough in understanding the mechanisms in the brain that control cognitive flexibility has been made by an international team of scientists.
The process a key enzyme uses to recognize and repair genetic damage in mammals has been described by researchers at Georgia State University.
Regents’ Professor Binghe Wang is developing drugs that take advantage of the healing properties of carbon monoxide, a gas that is typically misunderstood. He’s studying how the gas can be used as a therapeutic agent to treat diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and cancers.
Stock market portfolios containing high-risk stocks generate about the same return as portfolios containing low-risk stocks in the long run, according to researchers at the Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Attending a Georgia start-up charter high school increases the likelihood of graduation, and those students are more likely to enroll and persist in college, according to a new study by Georgia State University’s Center for State and Local Finance.