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A new study shows how animals use their tails to keep mosquitoes at bay.

A new study shows how intercellular communication affects the differentiation of an embryonic stem cell colony over time.

Georgia Tech researcher wins distinguished investigator award and delivers keynote presentation

Aflac Pilot Grant supporting research targeting new methods for diagnosing, preventing, and treating pediatric cancer and blood disorders

Researchers have demonstrated an integrated technique for monitoring specific biomolecules.

Georgia Tech’s institute for bioengineering and bioscience exploration adds new research muscle

Georgia Tech chemist M.G. Finn explains the significance of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

The U.S. Secretary of Education learned about how Georgia Tech is making college more accessible while fostering student success.

Georgia Tech physicist Jennifer Curtis explains.

Georgia Tech researcher developing new maps of global brain connectivity

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Don’t laugh: Laughing gas may have played a significant role in warming early Earth
Petit Institute researcher Julie Champion weighs in on the future of chemical engineering
From the lab of Jennifer Glass: Laughing gas may have given life a boost on our planet
Strategically lazy fire ants are key ingredients in ant society and new study from Georgia Tech researchers
Too many bodies can clog the workspace, so ants take a less busy approach to avoid traffic jams
Nitrous Oxide, or laughing gas, warmed early Earth and may have sparked the emergence of life
Strategic Laziness: Ant work patterns combine industrious behavior with idle behavior to great effect
From Petit Institute researchers: Stem-cell loaded hydrogel boosts healing process of aging muscles
On 'Science Friday': Groundbreaking research from Georgia Tech: Lazy ants help the colony avoid traffic jams
In the Washington Post: Secrets of insect behavior could have implications for how future robots might be used for disaster relief

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