Events Archive

  • Sep 19

    Petit Institute Distinguished Lecture

    Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, Atrium • (404) 894-6228 • petitinstitute.gatech.edu/

    Elias Zerhouni, M.D. - President, Global Research & Development, Sanofi

  • Jan 30-31

    2018 Suddath Symposium: The Chemical Ecology of Microbiome Interactions

    Room 1128, Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience (IBB), 315 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332 • (404) 894-6228

    The 2018 Suddath Symposium showcases research unified by the goal of understanding the chemistry and ecology of microbe-microbe and microbe-host interactions.

    Topics include biomedicine and genomics, chemical ecology, biogeochemical cycling, environmental science, biophysics, and evolution of microbial interactions.

    $25 by Jan. 2; $35 after Jan. 2

  • Nov 30

    Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory

    Howey Physics Building, 837 State St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30332

    Come skygazing and experience the Georgia Tech Observatory!

    Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory have resumed for the 2017-2018 season.

     

    Free

  • Nov 20

    NEW SCHEDULE: Explaining the Origin of Life: What's the Question?

    Rooms 1116-1118 Marcus Nanotechnology Building, 345 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

    A School of Physics Colloquium and Georgia Tech Astrobiology Seminar by Eric Smith, Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Eric Smith will review four approaches to the origin-of-life problem.

  • Nov 16

    Festival of Research Ideas in Cancer Biology & Technology

    Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience • 404-894-6228 • petitinstitute.gatech.edu

    Poster fair to see and discuss cancer research with local experts and students

  • Nov 14

    Einstein's Cosmos and the Quantum: Origin of Space, Time, and Large-Scale Structure of the Universe

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 Fourth St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    A Bold Ideas in Physics and Frontiers in Science Lecture by Abhay Ashtekar, Pennsylvania State University

    Advances over the past 25 years have led to the fascinating conclusion that the large-scale structure of the universe can be traced back to "quantum nothingness."

  • Nov 4

    Fall 2017 Future Tech

    Molecular Science and Engineering (MoSE) Building, 901 Atlantic Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

    Hands-on experience in science and technology for middle-school students

    Georgia Tech faculty and students engage with invitied middle-school students in activities as varied as robotics and DNA extraction. 

    This event is by invitation only.

  • Nov 2

    How Undergraduate Students Evaluate and Adjust Their Approaches to Learning in Biology

    Room 1005, Roger A. and Helen B. Krone Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB), 950 Atlantic Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

    A School of Biological Sciences Seminar by Julie Dangremond Stanton, University of Georgia

    Students who can control of their own thinking can learn more and perform better than students who cannot. Instructors who want to improve their studentts' ability to control tihinking, or metacognition, can benefit from evidence-based suggestions.

  • Oct 26

    Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory

    Howey Physics Building, 837 State St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30332

    Come skygazing and experience the Georgia Tech Observatory!

    Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory have resumed for the 2017-2018 season.

     

    Free

  • Oct 26

    Making the Invisible Visible: Violence, Compassion, and the Brain

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 Fourth St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    A Frontiers in Science Lecture by Jeremy Richman, of the Avielle Foundation and Yale School of Medicine

    This lecture is made possible by the College of Sciences' Living and Learning Communities SMaRT and SHaRP. Jeremy Richman, a neuroscientist with extensive research experience in neuroscience, neuropharmacology, drug discovery, cardiovascular biology, and other medical areas, seeks a better understanding of the biological and environmental factors  associated with violence and compassion.