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Emory to begin testing microneedle patch developed with Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz
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Georgia Tech's Dan Goldman weighs in on the utility and companionship of robotic pets.
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Jordan lab provides new perspective on the role that RTE-derived sequences play in the precise execution of the human genome's regulatory program.
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Petit Institute faculty member Michelle LaPlaca, co-inventor of 15-minute sideline test, featured on WSB TV.
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Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud and faculty member Facundo Fernandez help stimulate ancient conditions on Earth.
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Agreement with GTRC leads to new company, CellectCell, co-founded by Petit Institute’s Andr�s Garc�a
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Georgia Tech-CDC collaboration profiled in Discovery as biotech companies work on easier ways for drug delivery.
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Petit Institute faculty member Eric Gaucher invoking the past in modern bacteria.
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Core facilities manager Steve Woodard expounds on use of flow cytometer in teen tech education.

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