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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology announced a $5 million grant from The Imlay Foundation to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for the development of pediatric therapies.

Petit Institute researcher in first cohort to receive new award for early-career scientists

Summer work experience helped prepare Petit Scholar for cutting edge lab research

For two decades, geneticists have been using computer simulations to reconstruct genes and proteins millions of years old. But do their algorithms really work? A new study says: Yes, and how!

Program offers trainees a wide-angled glimpse of biomedical career options

Eight interdisciplinary teams receive boost for research designed to harness the body’s own potential to heal

Ph.D. student developing novel diagnostic tool for anemia, testing it on himself

A highly interdisciplinary field that blends statistics, computing, algorithms, applied mathematics, and visualization, data science uses automated methods to gather and extract knowledge from very large or complex sets of data.

Graduate research assistant from Sulchek lab recognized among the “best and the brightest”

Program provides undergraduate bio-students with yearlong, deep dive into research


In the News

Georgia Tech teams up with Carnegie Melon and Zoo Atlanta to develop snake-like robots.
Marcus Foundation grants $15.7 million for center to develop new processes and techniques for manufacturing living cells.
Georgia Tech researchers manipulate bursting activity of cells in the thalamus, tying it to the sense of touch.
Petit Institute researcher Flavio Fenton offers his take on the physics of the Force.
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McDonald's work in developing a test for early-stage ovarian cancer profiled on 90.1 WABE.
Fox 5 Medical Team: McDonald research could be game changer in the battle against ovarian cancer.
Petit Institute researcher Loren Williams leading NASA-funded effort to find the root of life.
Georgia Tech researchers funded by NASA’s Astrobiology Institute retrace the development of the ribosome back almost four billion years.
NASA-funded researchers are tapping information in the cells of all life and using it to trace evolution.
Georgia Tech research could lead to new self-cleaning technologies for solar panels and remote camera sensors.