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A new study proposes more microbial engineering for drugs based on plant alkaloids.

Stem cell treatment may restore vision to patients with damaged corneas

A little empathy can go a long way toward ending infectious disease outbreaks.

Annual gathering of researchers at Hilton Head begins third decade with heavy focus on immunology

Research from physics lab of Petit Institute's Alberto Fernandez-Nieves on shape changes has implications in life sciences 

Researchers have identified biological signatures in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease to predict whether they will develop complications.

GTNeuro researchers on the cutting edge are exploring the frontier between our ears

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

Researchers have harnessed triboelectric nanogenerators to improve the sensitivity of mass spectrometers.

Abnormal folding of proteins may help explain the emergence of life.

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Scientists study mudskipper for clues of how animals made the transition from water to land
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Biggest impact on human health likely to come from animals raised to produce organs, tissue, and therapeutics
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Scientists use robots and living fish to answer how early animals might have emerged from water to colonize dry land.
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Petit Institute's Dan Goldman uses robot to explain how first land animals moved
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Petit Institute's Aaron Levine weighs in on new research into growth of questionable stem cell clinics
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Petit Researcher Ned Waller discusses the progress of bone marrow transplantation over the past three decades.
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Bioengineers offer new strategy for promoting tissue repair following injury.
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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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