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Georgia Tech researcher working on a better way to deliver therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease

ECE Assistant Professor Omer T. Inan has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for his research project entitled “Wearable Joint Sounds Sensing for Children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.”

One era ends as another one begins for the annual gathering of leading regenerative medicine researchers

Three from Coulter Department/Petit Institute recognized for entrepreneurial innovations at annual event

ECE Assistant Professor Fatih Sarioglu has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for his research project entitled “Feedback-Controlled Microfluidic Chips with Integrated Sensor Networks for Blood Analysis.”

Postdoctoral researcher from García lab invited to present research at PMSE symposium

Petit Institute researcher Blair Bettmann creating small particles for big pharma

Michael Hunckler and Anne Marie Sweeney-Jones traveling to different corners of the world for their research

BioEngineering/BME grad student Dennis Zhou invited to attend annual meeting of Nobel Laureates

Georgia Tech researchers are advancing the basic and applied science of machine learning.

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Saturn's moon Enceladus may play host to microbial life in its subsurface oceans
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Inventors and their innovative instruments descend on Georgia Tech to compete in event founded by Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg
The droids of Star Wars might be more realistic than people think
Cutting-edge stem cell therapy can help repair brain damage and and accelerate healing after stroke
New research demonstrates that asteroids and meteorites can give scientists glimpses into when and how molecules initially formed on Earth
New Study: Asteroids will help us understand how life began here on Earth
New stem cell treatment for strokes developed by Petit Institute researcher Steve Stice at UGA
Asteroids could hold the biochemical clues of how life began here on Earth
Could asteroid 'time capsule' molecules explain how life started on Earth?

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