Georgia State Spinoff Gets $2 Million To Advance New Cancer Drug
Published December 4, 2018 in News Hub
Proda BioTech, a pharmaceutical research company founded by Zhi-Ren Liu, a biology professor in the College of Arts & Sciences at Georgia State University, has received a two-year, $2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to develop an effective therapy for pancreatic cancer.
Researchers examined how oxytocin affects social bonds among tufted capuchin monkeys, like this pair enjoying a snack in a woodland setting.
Oxytocin Linked To Social Bonding In Gregarious Capuchin Monkeys
Published December 4, 2018 in News Hub
Studying oxytocin may help scientists understand the biological mechanism underpinning the tendency to live in groups and foster cooperation in social animals, including humans.
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Georgia State Research Expenditures Top $200 Million For The First Time
Published November 28, 2018 in News Hub
Georgia State University’s total research expenditures exceeded $200 million for the first time in fiscal year 2017, the National Science Foundation reports in the latest Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey.

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Georgia State Spinoff Gets $2 Million To Advance New Cancer Drug
Published December 4, 2018 in News Hub
Proda BioTech, a pharmaceutical research company founded by Zhi-Ren Liu, a biology professor in the College of Arts & Sciences at Georgia State University, has received a two-year, $2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to develop an effective therapy for pancreatic cancer.
Researchers examined how oxytocin affects social bonds among tufted capuchin monkeys, like this pair enjoying a snack in a woodland setting.
Oxytocin Linked To Social Bonding In Gregarious Capuchin Monkeys
Published December 4, 2018 in News Hub
Studying oxytocin may help scientists understand the biological mechanism underpinning the tendency to live in groups and foster cooperation in social animals, including humans.
Research Science Center
Georgia State Research Expenditures Top $200 Million For The First Time
Published November 28, 2018 in News Hub
Georgia State University’s total research expenditures exceeded $200 million for the first time in fiscal year 2017, the National Science Foundation reports in the latest Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey.

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