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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”

BME, Petit Institute researchers develop technique for detecting unwanted cells

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

Magazine Popular Science has honored Georgia Tech biologist Will Ratcliff on its annual list of “the 10 most innovative young minds in science and technology."

Crystal structures of the ribosome suggest coevolution of RNA and proteins.

Interdisciplinary graduate program has nearly perfect job-placement record

Interdisciplinary graduate program has nearly perfect job-placement record

Nine graduate students launch Georgia Tech’s third interdisciplinary life sciences Ph.D.

School of Biological Sciences professor will review grant applications related to clinical neuroplasticity and neurotransmitters.

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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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