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Kathleen Bates wins Chris Ruffin Student Leadership Award at fourth annual bioengineering program event

BME grad student will study cutting edge imaging technique at University of Lausanne in Switzerland

Aaron Levine won the SGA Graduate Faculty of the Year Award at the SGA Graduate Awards Banquet.

All mammals "go" in the same amount of time, and the new findings could lead to medical advances.

An award to recognize sustained engagement of graduate students and postdoctoral associates as undergraduate research mentors has been established in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

New research from Dixon and Vannberg labs illuminate critical role of courier nanoparticles

Wide range of personnel honored with Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Awards

Congratulations to the following faculty and staff members who were honored at the 2017 Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on April 21

Robert Butera Named Associate Dean for Research and Innovation effective May 1.

TINA and Hera Health using Round One experience to build for the future

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Tiny prickly patch developed by Petit Institute's Mark Prausnitz gets successful test run at Emory
Microneedle patch developed at Georgia Tech gets thumbs up in human clinical trial
Georgia Tech researchers contribute to study to see if "leaky" blood vessels can enhance drug delivery
From researcher Jeffrey Skolnick: New simulations of DNA as a transport conduit could shatter the way scientists think about how large molecules diffuse on their way to carry out genetic missions
Petit Institute researcher Jessica Weaver talks about her diabetes research with JDRF
Patch developed in Petit Institute lab of Mark Prausnitz is successful in first human clinical trial
Georgia Tech and Emory collaborate on NIH-funded study of new alternative to the flu shot
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Petit Institute lab of Andrés García combines hydrogel material with protein to boost blood vessel growth
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New transplant technology developed in Petit Institute could benefit diabetes patients

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