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Guillermo Amador, trainee from David Hu lab, finds that eyelashes should not be longer than of a third of your eye width to do what they're supposed to do.
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Hands-on lab experience and mentorship are key to Project ENGAGES efforts to expose students under-represented in STEM fields to the possibilities of the STEM world
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Research from David Hu shows how socially dependent ants, who rely on their entire colony to survive, literally stick together to overcome otherwise impossible odds
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Philip Santangelo, along with colleagues nationwide, used MTRIPS (multiply labeled tetravalent RNA imaging probes) to gain a closer look at the life cycle of the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) that leads to bronchitis and pneumonia.
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Co-founder of Exigence Neuroscience, Inc. and father of two ill children partners with Jeffrey Skolnick to predict what drugs might work on specific genes in treating a rare progressive and eventually fatal neurological disease.
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For more than a decade, the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University has been applying the principles of engineering to life sciences research and clinical practice
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Bob Guldberg and Johnna Temenoff are working together to develop a new technology to help the body repair traumatic bone injuries more effectively and at lower cost than current methods
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Ross Ethier elected to prestigious society which shapes an agenda for basic, clinical and translational research to fight glaucoma.

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