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Georgia Tech is advancing health informatics in ways that will affect the future of health care.

A new Georgia Tech effort aims at developing technologies for manufacturing therapeutic cells.

Successful reduction of beta amyloid plaques achieved by using flickering light to modulate brain activity and energize immune cells

Award recognizes the highest level of excellence among early-stage researchers

Computers viewing tiny traits could reveal previously invisible underpinnings of horrible diseases.

Petit Institute founding director part of first Inter-American Stem Cell Conference

Joshua Weitz explains study suggesting a link between viruses in our gut and our health.

The ocean's dead zones teem with microbes, studies show. Frank Stewart explains the research.

Counterintuitive addition of noise to AFM instrument requiring quiet boosts its performance

Monica McNerney, a doctoral student in Bioengineering, won the 2016 Three Minute Thesis competition.

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From Georgia Tech research: Cats' tongues could inspire the next generation of hair grooming tools
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Georgia Tech researchers trying to harness cats' natural ability for a range of uses, from robotics to medical devices to hairbrushes
From People magazine: Georgia Tech researchers find reason for your cat's weird tongue
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On Second Thought: Petit Institute researcher Joshua Weitz interviewed about the "tragedy of the commons."
Grad student Alexis Noel's 3D cat tongue offers newfangled possibilities
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Georgia Tech ovarian cancer therapy ranked among important scientific breakthroughs
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Nanoparticle-based treatment developed by Georgia Tech researchers moving us toward a cancer-free world

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