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Abnormal folding of proteins may help explain the emergence of life.

Seven new faculty members, including several neuro-researchers, join growing interdisciplinary community

GTNeuro researchers on the cutting edge are exploring the frontier between our ears

Researchers have harnessed triboelectric nanogenerators to improve the sensitivity of mass spectrometers.

25th annual gathering at the Petit Institute featured ground-breaking research in neuroscience

Raquel Lieberman, associate professor at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is having the Best. Winter. Ever.

CauteryGuard among six teams vying for $20,000 top prize

Petit Institute postdoc working to find a cure for type 1 diabetes

Trio of Petit Institute labs link tendon overuse injury to degenerative changes in shoulder cartilage

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Research from Petit Institute labs provides valuable lessons for business executives and entrepreneurs
Got cracky knees? It's completely normal, and Georgia Tech researchers explain what it means
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Georgia Tech researchers and robot helping to reveal how the first creatures crawled on land
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Tricky syndrome affecting astronauts' eyesight could hamper chances of going to Mars.
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Scientists study mudskipper for clues of how animals made the transition from water to land
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Biggest impact on human health likely to come from animals raised to produce organs, tissue, and therapeutics
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Scientists use robots and living fish to answer how early animals might have emerged from water to colonize dry land.
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Petit Institute's Dan Goldman uses robot to explain how first land animals moved
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Petit Institute's Aaron Levine weighs in on new research into growth of questionable stem cell clinics

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