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Inaugural event at Petit Institute puts innovative, homegrown businesses in the spotlight

A potentially deadly parasite that can ulcerate skin, nose, mouth and organs could someday meet its match in an experimental vaccine that has now worked in lab tests on humanized mice.

A $20 million engineering research center will help expand the uses of cell-based therapies.

Georgia Tech core facility emphasizing skill and technique may be only one of its kind in the world

Petit Institute’s Todd Sulchek part of research team to win new seed grant

Proteins are tough to make outside a living cell, so how did their components evolve on pre-life Earth? Perhaps easier than thought.

Inducted into the Biomedical Engineering Society’s 2017 Class of BMES Fellows

Advancing research in medical robotics to improve patient quality of life

Evolution has improved upon the genetic foundations of human health ... but could that have changed?

Georgia Tech interdisciplinary graduate program in QBioS welcomes second cohort

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Next best thing to a home escalator: Can be used on existing staircases for the mobility impaired
Tech researchers explain why ants are so good at building complex structures to escape trouble
Goodbye nasty needle: Getting a vaccination could be as easy as putting on a bandaid
Georgia Tech-Emory researchers trying to make more comfy and convenient
Energy-absorbing stairs developed by Georgia Tech and Emory researchers could help people with mobility issues
Research from Georgia Tech: How fire ants use their bodies to build wriggling Eiffel Tower-like columns
From the lab of Lena Ting: These stairs recycle your energy so they're easier to climb and descend
New research suggests fire ants use their bodies to build towers without a plan, leader, or coordination
Energy-recycling assistive stairs (ERAS) make climbing and descending safer, easier
New assistive stairs developed by Georgia Tech researchers put a spring in your step

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