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Calvin Runnels, a biochemistry student from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is the sixth student in Tech history to be named a Rhodes Scholar.

Groundbreaking research from Ting lab could shed new light on movement disorders

Petit Institute core facility at Georgia Tech adds new equipment and services, allowing researchers to dive deeper

Undergrad researchers will begin developing independent research projects in January 2018

Across Georgia Tech, researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function.

BME assistant professor named Next Generation Leader, invited to participate in advisory council

The growing visibility of researchers interested in astrobiology is helping Georgia Tech emerge as a powerhouse in the field.

Jennifer Glass Group

Glass lab exploring the big picture of tiny organisms

The grant will advance efforts to personalize the treatment of cystic fibrosis.

Sharing is caring in the fight against cancer with this new open source software project to predict cancer drug effectiveness.


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Georgia's newest Rhodes Scholars already having an impact as socially conscious campus leaders
Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology students selected as Rhodes Scholars
Transgender Georgia Tech student, Petit Scholar Calvin Runnels, named Rhodes Scholar
From researcher Aaron Levine: Drug companies must be prepared for issues related to new cancer drugs
Petit Institute researcher is introduced as latest "Lab on a Chip" Emerging Investigator
CNN report: Petit Institute researcher Omer Inan develops tech that records noises in our knees and delivers recordings to doctors
Petit Institute researcher King Jordan leads study of genetic ancestry and admixture in Colombian populations
Georgia Tech researchers release open-source algorithm to predict effectiveness of cancer drugs
Flying Fast and High: Georgia Tech, Petit Institute featured in Delta Sky magazine