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Xia lab gives LDL particles an interior upgrade to improve drug delivery

This could be your story one day, unless medical research makes significant strides

Georgia Tech’s executive vice president for research meets with national media to discuss federal funding and scientific research.

Petit Institute seed grants awarded to three interdisciplinary research teams

Researchers have improved the sensitivity and detection capability of the widely-used ESI-MS analytical technique.

It’s a highly competitive and prestigious invitation, according to the National Academy of Engineering

Small skin patches with dissolvable microneedles could allow self-administration of the influenza vaccine.

Public, private universities enjoy unique, longtime collaboration in biomedical research and academics

Metastasis virtually halted in human in vitro cultures via gold nanorod photothermal therapy

The Krone Engineered Biosystems Building gets its name from aerospace engineering graduate Roger A. Krone and his wife Helen B. Krone.


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From the Telegraph: New microneedle vaccine patch could bring an end to a painful shot in the arm
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From Lena Ting in The Conversation: Dancing Toward Better Physical Rehabilitation
Georgia Tech and Emory give flu vaccine patch a thumbs up after its first human clinical trial
Marimba-playing robot developed by new Petit Institute researcher performing at Ideas Fest
Lab of Mostafa El-Sayed uses heated gold rods to prevent metastasis
Researchers from Georgia Tech and Emory create a game-changer with development of microneedle vaccine patch
Microneedle patch developed by Georgia Tech and Emory gets its trial, determined safe to treat flu vaccine
New clinical study: Dissolvable microneedle patch is safe and preferable to the flu shot
CBS News features Petit Institute's Mark Prausnitz and collaborative research with Emory