Partnerships in Action
Georgia State researchers are teaming up with industry in new ways to help bring their innovative breakthroughs to the marketplace.
The newly designed artificial vision device could have far-reaching applications for the fields of medicine, artificial intelligence, and microrobotics.
Graduate students across disciplines took top prizes Wednesday in the final round of Georgia State’s 2022 Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, where they were charged with explaining their research in language appropriate for a non-specialist audience in three minutes or less.
Professor Javier Stern and colleagues recently uncovered surprising new information about how salt intake affects the brain — findings that could have major implications for how we think about cardiometabolic health.
Georgia State researchers say the study is the first to explore whether other species experience pressure to perform.
Researchers found the secret seems to lie in the merging of medium-mass stars.
The results highlight the potential for the virus to replicate and mutate in rodents, which often live in close proximity to humans.
The new insights will help engineers and bridge designers build safer structures.
A medicinal chemist, Wang is focused on tackling pressing health issues, including cancer, inflammation, antibiotic resistance and rare diseases.