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Yoganathan lab leads new research in formation of transcatheter heart valve thrombosis

With no biological program to drive it, physics forces multicellular clusters to reproduce and evolve.

Calvin Runnels, a biochemistry student from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is the sixth student in Tech history to be named a Rhodes Scholar.

Groundbreaking research from Ting lab could shed new light on movement disorders

Petit Institute core facility at Georgia Tech adds new equipment and services, allowing researchers to dive deeper

Undergrad researchers will begin developing independent research projects in January 2018

Across Georgia Tech, researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function.

BME assistant professor named Next Generation Leader, invited to participate in advisory council

The growing visibility of researchers interested in astrobiology is helping Georgia Tech emerge as a powerhouse in the field.

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Glass lab exploring the big picture of tiny organisms


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Petit Institute researcher Joshua Weitz joins panel discussion of drug-resistant superbugs
Micron Biomedical commercializing patch developed by Georgia Tech and Emory researchers
Petit Institute researcher Aaron Levine leads Georgia Tech-CDC study looking at non-U.S. resident use of assisted reproductive technology
Seven things you can do to tame the fear (hint: Research from Georgia Tech is part of the solution!)
Deadly flesh-eating parasite may soon be thwarted by vaccine developed by U.S. and Brazilian researchers
Georgia Tech-led group gets $20M federal grant to fund cellular manufacturing research center
Research from Georgia Tech: A new vaccine could eradicate deadly flesh-eating parasites bound for U.S.
In NEWSWEEK: Georgia Tech helps lead effort to develop vaccine against flesh-eating parasite
NSF awards $20 million grant for new research center to be located at Georgia Tech
Life-inducing primordial soup on Earth a billion years ago was like a giant protein shake.