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Scientists have examined an active nematic built with components borrowed from living cells.

The MRS Medal recognizes an exceptional achievement in materials research

Researchers have taken an important step toward creating a new technique for repairing intestinal injuries.

Petit Institute lab of Raquel Lieberman makes groundbreaking discovery

Three Petit Institute researchers among Coulter Department honorees

The use of assisted reproductive technology in the U.S. by non-U.S. residents is growing.

Portable 3-D scanner developed in lab of Brandon Dixon assesses patients with elephantiasis

Georgia Tech researcher one of 18 innovative young scientists in the nation to receive prestigious honor

New researchers from engineering and science join Petit Institute team

Luke Drnach and Katelyn Fry met through a first-of-its-kind traineeship in healthcare robotics offered by Georgia Tech and Emory University.

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Micron Biomedical commercializing patch developed by Georgia Tech and Emory researchers
Petit Institute researcher Aaron Levine leads Georgia Tech-CDC study looking at non-U.S. resident use of assisted reproductive technology
Seven things you can do to tame the fear (hint: Research from Georgia Tech is part of the solution!)
Deadly flesh-eating parasite may soon be thwarted by vaccine developed by U.S. and Brazilian researchers
Georgia Tech-led group gets $20M federal grant to fund cellular manufacturing research center
Research from Georgia Tech: A new vaccine could eradicate deadly flesh-eating parasites bound for U.S.
In NEWSWEEK: Georgia Tech helps lead effort to develop vaccine against flesh-eating parasite
NSF awards $20 million grant for new research center to be located at Georgia Tech
Life-inducing primordial soup on Earth a billion years ago was like a giant protein shake.
The terrifying science behind floating fire ants - and how to destroy them

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