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Researchers have found a "braking" mechanism in G protein signaling.

Tiny cancer signals of the glycoprotein sort evade detection, but they'll have a hard time dodging the new "chemical octopus."

Robots still can’t compete with the fastest-jumping insects and nature's other small-but-powerful creatures

Calvin Runnels is receiving a B.S. in Biochemistry after only three years at Tech.

Akinade Ojemakinde is graduating with a B.S. in Biology in Spring 2018.

Researchers have found a new way to get drugs and genes through cell membranes.

A near-infrared light, similar to that of a TV remote, combines with gold nano-particles to flip a gene switch in T-cells

Research team designs new DNA nanotech platform for cell sorting

Funding designed to develop tools and technologies to support Human Cell Atlas and enable new collaborations among scientists, physicians, and engineers


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