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

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

Founder and Director of the Center for Innovative Cardiovascular Technologies

Researchers have developed a new technique for rapidly screening the ability of nanoparticles to selectively deliver therapeutic genes to specific organs of the body.

The actions of bacteria locked in battle are nearly as calculable as a chemical reaction.

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Scientists growing cells on the mirrors and image them using super-resolution microscopy to see structures of three dimensional cells with comparable resolution in each dimension.
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Stem cell factory opens, leading to organized clinical trials for revolutionary cell-based therapies.
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Fluorescent biosensors provide way to track mobilization of heme in cells.
Consortium develops national roadmap for advanced cell manufacturing, showing the way to cell-based therapeutics.
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Petit Institute researcher David Hu eloquently answers a U.S. Senator's criticism in a guest blog for Scientific American.
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Petit Institute researcher Omer Inan can listen to your joints. What he hears can used to determine what type of damage has occurred.
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From the lab of David Hu: Ants use their bodies to weave waterproof fabric to survive floods

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