From improved ventilation, to fast and free testing, to ongoing vaccine clinics, Georgia Tech is continuing to take a multipronged approach to preventing and mitigating the risk of the coronavirus as more students, faculty, and staff return to campus this fall.
Probing the Undead to Understand the Aging Process
So-called "zombie cells" increase as we age, and they are thought to be a central cause of age-related diseases and frailty. That’s why Denis Tsygankov and his collaborators are trying to dig up the underlying workings with the help of the National Institutes of Health.
While vaccinations, testing, and other safety measures have enabled classes and activities to take place in person during the past year, many Yellow Jackets have still been on campus far less than usual. You will likely encounter new features, art, and facilities on campus this fall.