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Researchers have combined microgels with robust polymer networks to create a new repair material.

Petit Institute researcher elected to national honor society for physician-scientists

Petit Institute researcher elected as councilor in American Chemistry Society

Understanding the biophysical cues provided by pathogenic particles may help fine tune vaccines.

Emory interventional radiologists collaborating with Georgia Tech Capstone students

Using super-resolution imaging, a Georgia Tech research team has observed the molecular reorganizations involved in phagocytosis.

An electric buzz to the vagus can fight chronic inflammation -- this fine-tune makes it even better.

The Georgia Institute of Technology will play a key role in a new federally backed initiative to advance medications made from cells, such as vaccines and autoimmune drugs, as well as therapies using living cells to treat a range of conditions.

Being married, with children, during graduate school presents unique challenges, as well as special experiences. 

APDC-supported CorMatrix, develops devices that can grow with the patient

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National Cell Manufacturing Consortium led by Georgia Tech recognized by Georgia Bio
National Cell Manufacturing Consortium led by Georgia Tech recognized by Georgia Bio
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Petit Institute researcher receives industry growth award for long commitment to regenerative medicine research
Petit Institute researcher receives industry growth award for long commitment to regenerative medicine research
Georgia Tech researchers find new way to improve treatment for inflammatory diseases
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GPB's 'On Second Thought' profiles groundbreaking research from lab of Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud
GPB's 'On Second Thought' profiles groundbreaking research from lab of Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud
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In a completely new approach, scientists reduced a hallmark of the disease in mice by stimulating their neurons with flickering lights

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