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The fish killer and the fish live in perfect harmony: But how the clownfish thrives in the venomous tentacles of the anemone remains a mystery. A new study tackles the iconic conundrum from the microbial side by watching bacterial colonies shift in fish mucus, as the clownfish cozy up to anemones.
Scientists from around the world have now observed 10 black hole collisions and a merger of two binary neutron stars using LIGO and the European-based Virgo gravitational wave detector. A new catalog inventories those events.
Are you expecting to teach at the college level during the next phase of your career? Register for one or both of these six-week (non-credit) courses for postdocs offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning!
A conference, career fair, and poster competition all rolled into one big event for Georgia Tech graduate students
This workshop will help future faculty unlock the mystery of student motivation in the classroom
Graduate students and postdocs preparing for faculty positions will learn how student diversity affects learning.