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BME, Petit Institute researchers develop technique for detecting unwanted cells

Magazine Popular Science has honored Georgia Tech biologist Will Ratcliff on its annual list of “the 10 most innovative young minds in science and technology."

Crystal structures of the ribosome suggest coevolution of RNA and proteins.

Interdisciplinary graduate program has nearly perfect job-placement record

Interdisciplinary graduate program has nearly perfect job-placement record

Nine graduate students launch Georgia Tech’s third interdisciplinary life sciences Ph.D.

School of Biological Sciences professor will review grant applications related to clinical neuroplasticity and neurotransmitters.

Researchers have developed a clearer understanding of how platelets sense mechanical forces to launch the clotting process.

New book by Eberhard Voit breaks breaks down complex science for the general reader

Goodman, Hud, and Tsukruk named as Regents' Professor, Harter named as Regents' Researcher

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Stem cell factory opens, leading to organized clinical trials for revolutionary cell-based therapies.
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Fluorescent biosensors provide way to track mobilization of heme in cells.
Consortium develops national roadmap for advanced cell manufacturing, showing the way to cell-based therapeutics.
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Petit Institute researcher David Hu eloquently answers a U.S. Senator's criticism in a guest blog for Scientific American.
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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.
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From the lab of David Hu: Ants use their bodies to weave waterproof fabric to survive floods
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Georgia Tech researchers investigate how molecular 'midwives gave birth to RNA

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