News Listings

Coulter Department launches new program recognizing faculty/staff accomplishments

Michael Davis changes the landscape of pediatric cardiology with stem cell therapies and 3D printing

A robot at the Georgia Institute of Technology is successfully sliding hospital gowns on people's arms

Bioengineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program celebrates 25 years at BioE Day

BME and ME students collaborate on novel device to improve epidural procedures

Coulter Department recognizes the next generation of leaders

Researchers have found a "braking" mechanism in G protein signaling.

Researchers have developed a flexible, wearable sensor for measuring how much salt a person consumes.

Tiny cancer signals of the glycoprotein sort evade detection, but they'll have a hard time dodging the new "chemical octopus."

Robots still can’t compete with the fastest-jumping insects and nature's other small-but-powerful creatures


In the News

Petit Institute researchers develop potential new way to introduce molecules and therapeutic genes into human cells
Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg and amputee drummer Jason Barnes launch fundraising campaign for robotic prosthetic arm
New study examines marine microbes to better understand organisms living in the water and their role in the ecosystem
Study from Petit Institute's Soojin Yi: Human evolution may have amped up our response mechanism
Kwong lab develops technique to remotely activate genetically-modified T cells to attack cancer
About 150,000 people with epilepsy suffer from a condition known as acute repetitive seizures.
Cisco awards Global Problem Solver Prize to Lunula Health at 2018 Rice Business Plan Competition
The perfect for conditions for life – including a handy power source – may have been a natural nuclear reactor on the early Earth
From the New York Times: Trillions of viruses fall form the sky each day
Biomed company founded by Petit Institute researcher Steve Stice achieves results in quest to develop game changing treatments