How to Manage Stress During Midterms
The stress of midterms may be unavoidable at times, but it can be managed. Here are a few tips and resources that can help.
To Help Recover Balance, Robotic Exoskeletons Have to be Faster Than Human Reflexes
Researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory found wearable ankle exoskeletons helped subjects improve standing balance only if they activated before muscles fired.
Artificial Intelligence Improves Outcomes of Heart Valve Patients
DASI Simulations, uses AI and computer vision in its technology for personalized and more accurate heart valve replacement modeling.
The Nobel Whisperer: M.G. Finn on Click Chemistry and Collaboration
A story of human connection at the heart of Nobel-winning science
Cat Locomotion Could Unlock Better Human Spinal Cord Injury Treatment
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are studying cat locomotion to better understand how the spinal cord works to help humans with partial spinal cord damage walk and maintain balance.
Georgia Tech Professor and Team Create Tool to Reduce Burn Risk During Surgeries
Jackson Medical's GloShield device finds success in American hospitals
Tips for Mindful Eating During the Holidays
Nourish your body regardless of the season.
Early Alzheimer’s Research Team Awarded $3.8M Grant for Precision Robotics
The team will use the technology to uncover the emergence of cellular and circuit dysfunction during the progression of Alzheimer’s.
Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance Receives $73.7 Million to Accelerate Clinical and Translational Research across Georgia
The funding will advance clinical and translational research and transform research results to impact health in the state of Georgia and beyond.
Can Children Swab Themselves for Covid-19? New Study Suggests Yes
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that, with proper instruction, children as young as 4 can effectively perform self-sampling with nasal swabs for testing.