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BME professor, Petit Institute researcher tapped again for national initiative

Vinayak Agarwal and Bilal Haider among 126 outstanding early-career researchers honored by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

A pioneering glimpse inside elusive cell membranes exposes a major player in cell health but also in hepatitis C and in Alzheimer's.

Annual two-day event showcases thought leaders in microbiology research from Georgia Tech and beyond

New group of undergrad researchers represents future of bioengineering and bioscience leadership

A Georgia Tech team and collaborators in Germany and Russia used yeast as a model to study human amyloids.

Some of what researchers believed to be chaotic electric potentials in neurons are turning out the be surprisingly orderly.

Georgia Research Alliance universities sign deal to share cutting edge research resources

Researchers are providing information about the reaction kinetics involved in growing metallic nanocrystals.

Kemp recognized for teaching effectiveness

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Research from Georgia Tech: Alternative therapies for mild infections could help overcome antibiotic resistance
Scientists put an ancient gene into modern bacteria, like pressing rewind and play on evolution
Prosthetic hand system created in lab of Georgia Tech researcher Gil Weinberg among best medical technologies in 2017
Former Petit Undergraduate Scholar Renee Copeland named Ms. Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech researchers create bacteria-killing nanospikes that could be used to create bacteria-free tools
Petit Institute researchers Wilbur Lam and Khalid Salaita chart the molecular forces driving platelets
Luke Skywalker's bionic hand inspires Georgia Tech researchers to create groundbreaking prosthetic device
Georgia Tech researchers create process that can be used to kill bacteria without hurting mammalian cells
From Georgia Tech/Petit Institute research: New type of steel kills bacteria with nanospikes
'Star Wars' inspires prosthetic technology, developed by Georgia Tech, that allows greater dexterity

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