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Receives the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Diversity Award

Annabelle Singer's research could revolutionize the way we look at the disease's progression

Combining a new hydrogel material with a protein that boosts blood vessel growth could improve the success rate for transplanting insulin-producing islet cells.

Tech researchers use collaboration to push the frontiers of advanced materials research.

Jordan lab research probes the safety of revolutionary mitochondrial replacement therapy

Jahizreal Aquart takes third in international science fair as the Georgia Tech program completes another year

Tech researchers have a new theory on why flamingos stand and sleep on one leg.

Petit Institute researcher Brandon Dixon contributes to groundbreaking Stanford-led study

Petit Institute founding director recognized with national education and mentorship award named in his honor

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New Report: U.S. research community needs to do a better job of both investigating misconduct allegations and promoting ethical conduct
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Research from Georgia Tech: Honeybees are extremely hairy so they can carry as much pollen as possible
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Bees perform a crucial function for nature by pollinating crops. Now, researches out of Georgia Tech have explored how they keep themselves clean while dealing with that messy pollen.
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Georgia Tech students create Wobble device to help track recovery from head injuries
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New research from Georgia Tech grad student in physics focuses on toroidal droplets and has implications for the life sciences.

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