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School of Public Policy professor Aaron Levine will recently chosen as an AAAS Leshner Fellow.

Georgia Tech and Emory researchers exploring causes of heart disease and developing methods to detect and fix the damage

Like Spiderman, white bloods cells shoot NETs at bacteria, made mostly of DNA, and this synthetic microweb emulates it.

Petit Institute founding director Bob Nerem co-authors proposal in Nature to create new national policy entity

Innovative medical product, innovative medical procedure, and community contributions honored

A team of researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology has kicked off a three-year federally-funded project to harness new manufacturing technologies and methods in a bid to bring down the cost of making certain antibiotics.

BME/Petit Institute researcher Chethan Pandarinath awarded NIH Grant to develop brain-machine interfaces for rehabilitation

Hierarchical structures are governed by physics that's counterintuitive, study shows.

Pamela Bhatti has been appointed as the new Associate Chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective February 1.

New research offers better tools for measuring critical tissue function, and a potential new stem cell treatment

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Georgia Tech researchers invent microneedle patch that only needs to be briefly pressed against the skin to deliver a contraceptive drug
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Georgia Tech researchers have create low-cost contraceptive patch for women that just takes seconds to use and offers protection for a month
Breakthrough contraceptive patch could be widely available in five years
Experimental patch developed at Georgia Tech could provide weeks of protection against pregnancy

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