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‘Autonomy, Beneficence, and Justice’: Summer Bioethics Course Teaches Fundamental Theories and Thinking, Sparks Covid-19 Conversations
Goodisman’s remote summer course is teaching the basics of bioethics and engaging students in healthy debate and discussion about the Covid-19 pandemic.
Microbes and Methane: Unlocking Clathrate 'Crystal Cages' with Chilly Protein Cocktails, Created from Deep Biosphere Bacteria
If science can figure out a safe, eco-friendly way to manipulate clathrates, then a wide range of disciplines and industries could benefit from the applications. A unique interdisciplinary team of Georgia Tech researchers may have found a way to accomplish that goal, using proteins embedded in bacteria from deep below the Earth’s surface to bind to clathrates and change them.
The hidden social network of microbes
The Hidden Social Networks of Microbes
Gina Lewin, postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Marvin Whiteley, investigates the interactions between oral microbes.
Stay at Home Summer: Edward Freeman Uses Resilience Strategies to Navigate a Summer of Uncertainty
Despite hectic circumstances and a busy schedule, Freeman makes sure to prioritize his mental health and well-being.
Stay at Home Summer: Courtney Astore Balances a Packed Schedule with Comedy, Community Connections
Astore balances summer work with staying connected with others through social media blog page and virtual meetings. 
Nylah Boone uses social media to stay connected with others even while at home.
Stay at Home Summer: Nylah Boone Stays Connected with Social Media, Incorporates Self-Care Activities
The fifth-year neuroscience major is taking advantage of this summer’s unique circumstances to spend extra time with her family and work on her social media brand.
Unselfish Molecules May Have Given Rise to Life
New research from Center for Chemical Evolution experimentally evaluates alternative model to ‘RNA World’ hypothesis, emphasizing collaboration and co-evolution

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  • Political Rewind: Anxiety, Exhaustion and Uncertainty As School Year Approaches

    Monday on Political Rewind, a look at how Georgia public schools and the state’s universities continue to grapple with how to hold classes safely as the school year begins. Joshua Weitz, Professor of Biological Sciences and Director of the Weitz Group, joins as a panelist. 

    Georgia Public Broadcasting, Jul 27, 2023

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    Researchers at Georgia Tech launched an interactive site so that users can visualize and assess the risk that people with Covid-19 will be present at a wedding, party or other event they are planning to attend. Nightly's Myah Ward talked to lead developer Joshua Weitz about the tool and what he wants it to accomplish.

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Science and Projections for a Return to Campus
School of Biological Sciences professors Joshua Weitz and Greg Gibson will provide updates on Covid-19 projections and surveillance testing with a focus on the return to campus.
08 to 14
Week of Welcome 2023
While this isn’t the first week of college most imagined, we’re doing our best to safely provide you with rich opportunities to find connection and feel welcome at Georgia Tech.
14 to 18
"Nanostructured Materials: Plasmonics in Nanocomposite Materials" Symposium at the 2021 TMS Annual Meeting and Exhibition
This symposium will be held at The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) 2021 Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Orlando, Florida.
09 to 14
AbSciCon 2021
The conference brings the astrobiology community together every two years to share research, collaborate, and plan for the future.