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It's time to develop alternate drugs against small infections as a strategy to slow the antibiotic resistance crisis, Georgia Tech evolutionary bacteriologists say.

Researchers are providing information about the reaction kinetics involved in growing metallic nanocrystals.

Francisco Robles, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emor

National Science Foundation supporting the development of new molecular imaging technique

Brain signals are as furtive as the wartime encryption system 'Enigma,' but they can be similarly decrypted as new research shows.

Yonggang Ke, now an assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

DNA bricks enable self-assembly of 3D nanostructures from 10,000 unique components

A brush that's like a shoe brush on a micron scale can have great potential uses for industry and medicine -- but only if it works right.

Nanotextured surface on stainless steel appears to kill bacteria.

An ultrasonic sensor in a prosthesis allows amputees to control each of their prosthetic fingers individually.

Georgia Tech leading the effort to develop manufacturing expertise and expand cell therapies

McDonald’s cancer research gets a boost from Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory


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Former Petit Undergraduate Scholar Renee Copeland named Ms. Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech researchers create bacteria-killing nanospikes that could be used to create bacteria-free tools
Petit Institute researchers Wilbur Lam and Khalid Salaita chart the molecular forces driving platelets
Luke Skywalker's bionic hand inspires Georgia Tech researchers to create groundbreaking prosthetic device
Georgia Tech researchers create process that can be used to kill bacteria without hurting mammalian cells
From Georgia Tech/Petit Institute research: New type of steel kills bacteria with nanospikes
'Star Wars' inspires prosthetic technology, developed by Georgia Tech, that allows greater dexterity
Petit Institute researcher and UGA professor Steve Stice named fellow of National Academy of Inventors
New prosthetic arm developed by Georgia Tech enables amputees to control each individual finger
Innovative new prosthetic hand developed by Georgia Tech researchers offers better motor control