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The way physics is married to math, a new national project attempts to bring math together with biology.

National thought leaders help high school program celebrate seniors at Petit Institute

Study shows how bacteria behave differently in humans versus the lab.

Coulter Department launches new program recognizing faculty/staff accomplishments

A robot at the Georgia Institute of Technology is successfully sliding hospital gowns on people's arms

Michael Davis changes the landscape of pediatric cardiology with stem cell therapies and 3D printing

Bioengineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program celebrates 25 years at BioE Day

BME and ME students collaborate on novel device to improve epidural procedures

Coulter Department recognizes the next generation of leaders

Researchers have developed a flexible, wearable sensor for measuring how much salt a person consumes.

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"They're really just hungry little babies," says Petit Institute researcher David Hu in Science Friday feature
Petit Institute researcher and roboticist Gil Weinberg talks about our weird android future
From the lab of Petit Institute researcher David Hu: How much do you "go" in your lifetime?
Georgia Tech engineers created an organization to develop standards and production processes for producing life-saving cell-based therapeutics at affordable prices
Petit Institute researcher Margaret Kosal weighs in on controversy around horsepox virus
Musical and comedic robots take center stage at Georgia Tech to begin two weeks of mind-expanding events
From the lab of Petit Institute researcher James Dahlman: New study demonstrates advantages of in vivo DNA barcoding technique
Wheels in the desert: 'Star Wars' robots wouldn't fare too well in the real world
Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg and musician robot Shimon helping to kick of Atlanta Science Festival
Research from Georgia Tech and MIT: Neurons get the beat and keep it going in drumrolls

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