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Techniques Symposium offers wide-ranging ‘shotgun approach’ for young researchers

End of year event honors graduating high school seniors

Tracking heme has dispelled a widely held assumption that it does not float freely in cellular pools.

Researchers have restored chemotherapy sensitivity in vitro to a line of human pancreatic cancer cells that had developed resistance.

Annual meeting features new format and focus on upcoming seed grants

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


In the News

Petit Institute faculty member Eric Gaucher invoking the past in modern bacteria.
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Core facilities manager Steve Woodard expounds on use of flow cytometer in teen tech education.
Latest edition of Journal of the American Medical Association features microneedle patch developed by Georgia Tech and CDC.
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Coulter Department chairman Ravi Bellamkonda is interviewed on GPB about the hottest job to have in Georgia.
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Georgia Tech project encouraging minority participating in STEM fields is profiled on local public radio station.
Petit Institute faculty member Dan Goldman researches the manipulative, careful construction techniques of fire ants.
A painless vaccine that requires no refrigeration and can be easily disposed once given? Researchers at Georgia Tech and the CDC are working on it.
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Petit Institute faculty member Danielle Dixson is part of the research team studying the effects of the ocean’s increasing acidity on marine life.
Georgia Tech biochemist Nick Hud a team at the Center for Chemical Evolution (CCE) are working to chip away at the question: How did life on Earth begin?