Jahizreal Aquart takes third in international science fair as the Georgia Tech program completes another year
Tech researchers have a new theory on why flamingos stand and sleep on one leg.
New Chair Named for Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University
Susan Margulies, Ph.D., named the Wallace H. Coulter Chair
Petit Institute researcher Brandon Dixon contributes to groundbreaking Stanford-led study
Petit Institute founding director recognized with national education and mentorship award named in his honor
Petit Institute researcher wins award from Emory School of Medicine
Kathleen Bates wins Chris Ruffin Student Leadership Award at fourth annual bioengineering program event
BME grad student will study cutting edge imaging technique at University of Lausanne in Switzerland
Aaron Levine won the SGA Graduate Faculty of the Year Award at the SGA Graduate Awards Banquet.
All mammals "go" in the same amount of time, and the new findings could lead to medical advances.
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In the New York Times: Georgia Tech/Emory study could inspire improvements in robotics and powered prosthetics
New study from Georgia Tech and Emory researchers provides revolutionary insights into the flamingo's one-legged posture.
They’re so steady that you can balance a dead one on a single leg.
Humans consider standing on one leg something best done in a yoga class. Flamingos, on the other hand, consider it the most comfortable sleeping position.
Flamingos expend less energy standing on one leg than in a two-legged stance, scientists have confirmed.
DNA is better known, but many researchers today believe that life on Earth got started with its cousin RNA...
In the New York Times from the lab of David Hu: Why honeybees are good at grooming
Hu lab's latest research: "Imagine the creators of South Park got to do a National Geographic special."
Researchers must meet challenges in sustaining the highest standards of integrity, says committee chaired by Bob Nerem
All mammals, regardless of their size, take the same amount of time to defecate