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Post date: 2016

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Petit Institute researcher Omer Inan can listen to your joints. What he hears can used to determine what type of damage has occurred.
05/24/2016 - 15:26
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From the lab of David Hu: Ants use their bodies to weave waterproof fabric to survive floods
05/23/2016 - 08:59
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Georgia Tech researchers investigate how molecular 'midwives gave birth to RNA
05/17/2016 - 16:05
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Petit Institute researcher focusing on astronaut health for long-distance space flight
05/15/2016 - 11:55
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Common nanoparticle has subtle effects on oxidative stress genes
05/10/2016 - 14:17
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Nick Hud's groundbreaking research on the origin of life featured in Washington Post
04/28/2016 - 10:34
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New lab-on-a-chip technology borrows technique used by cellular networks to track phones
04/24/2016 - 13:12
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Petit Institute's Nick Hud provides new clues to life's origins on Earth
04/24/2016 - 13:02
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Electronic intelligence tracking cells might allow inexpensive labs on a chip to conduct medical testing outside the confines of hospitals and clinics.
04/21/2016 - 10:22
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Georgia Tech researchers using cellphone principles to track cells being sorted on microfluidic chips.
04/20/2016 - 13:01
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Study suggests built environments like hospitals have their own unique bacterial community.
04/12/2016 - 12:53
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Georgia Tech students could shake up sports medicine with their concussion diagnosis device.
04/12/2016 - 12:17
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Patches developed by Georgia Tech and CDC could get life-saving vaccine to the people who need it most.
04/12/2016 - 12:10
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Forest and research partners hope to turn the art of eavesdropping on brain cells into an automated technique.
03/31/2016 - 12:11
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Six finalists (including team Wobble and Petit Scholar Ana Gomez del Campo), vying for InVenture Prize.
03/10/2016 - 13:44
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Research from Nick Hud and collaborators reimagines the environment that gave rise to life.
02/22/2016 - 09:41
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Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud and his collaborators are beyond biology to the role of chemistry in the development of life.
02/16/2016 - 16:07
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Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers use microfluidic chips to study how drugs affect the mechanics of cells.
02/09/2016 - 09:33
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Petit Institute researcher Dan Goldman weighs in on rescue robots prototype based on cockroaches.
02/09/2016 - 09:24
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Better understanding the role of physics in fine-tuning biological processes could give researchers new approaches for diagnosing and treating disease.
02/09/2016 - 08:52

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