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Hammond research focused on creating wearable, useable devices for humans

Bioengineering grad students form non-profit geared toward STEM education

Nerem speech highlights annual Bioengineering grad program celebration

Short DNA loops play a role in gene non-expression, but how force acts on them defies expectations, creating moments of extreme stress.

Society for Biomaterials honors Georgia Tech bioengineering grad student

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Being light on their feet could significantly help robots in moving across surfaces like snow and sand, according to research by Petit Institute's Dan Goldman.
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Georgia Tech research cited on Fox News in wake of flooding in South Carolina.
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Research from Prausnitz lab could be a big step toward "the precision medicine of tomorrow."
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Petit Institute faculty member Steve Stice's vision becoming a reality at UGA.
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Researchers, leaders from Petit Institute and Coulter Department featured in Georgia Trend magazine.
A bacterium engineered by Georgia Tech researcher could give health officials an inexpensive way to detect nutritional deficiencies.
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Petit Institute's David Hu wins Harvard's Nobel spoof award for study showing that nearly all mammals take the same amount of time to urinate.
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Georgia Tech researchers' slithering snake robot shows promise for search and rescue missions.

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