The Center for Nano Optics, which focuses on developing tools and instruments as small as 1,000 times thinner than a human hair, is contributing to major breakthroughs in technology and bio-medicine.
The Institute for Biomedical Sciences advances fundamental and innovative biomedical research that improves human health as well as educating and training future generations of leading biomedical scientists and health (non-M.D.) professionals.
Georgia State’s Clarkston Campus is well known for its strong science, technology, engineering and mathematics initiatives and annually hosts the Science Olympiad at Perimeter College, attracting more than 350 high school students from more than 20 schools across Georgia.
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