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

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

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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Saturn's moon Enceladus may play host to microbial life in its subsurface oceans
New study: Star Wars robots like R2-D2, C3PO could help you in real life
Inventors and their innovative instruments descend on Georgia Tech to compete in event founded by Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg
The droids of Star Wars might be more realistic than people think
Cutting-edge stem cell therapy can help repair brain damage and and accelerate healing after stroke
New research demonstrates that asteroids and meteorites can give scientists glimpses into when and how molecules initially formed on Earth
New Study: Asteroids will help us understand how life began here on Earth
New stem cell treatment for strokes developed by Petit Institute researcher Steve Stice at UGA
Asteroids could hold the biochemical clues of how life began here on Earth
Could asteroid 'time capsule' molecules explain how life started on Earth?