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Wilbur Lam and startup company Sanguina receive $100K to accelerate technology

Researchers have developed an ultra-low-cost hearing aid to help the hundred of millions of people with age-related hearing loss.

BME professor recognized for outstanding contributions to medical and biological engineering

Researchers have provided new insights into how RNA can help repair major DNA damage.

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Kim team has engineered biomimetic nanoparticle for dual targeting of the cancer stem-like cell population in sonic hedgehog medulloblastoma.

BME assistant professor wins a 2020 Georgia Tech Diversity Champion Award

BME researchers tackling the problem of antibiotic resistance

In the spring and summer, an effort led by three College of Sciences schools created SARS-CoV-2 test kits that helped fill testing gaps across Georgia. Now, they're sharing that test kit recipe in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Appointment focuses on translating BME’s innovative teaching methods into formalized training programs for faculty and students

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Omer Inan and team have developed a new technology for measuring blood loss: a smart wearable sensor that picks up the micro-vibrations produced by the heart as it ejects blood into the arteries.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing medical professionals and economists alike to grapple with issues that cross the normal boundaries of their respective disciplines.
10 years after the largest accidental oil spill in history, scientists look back on insights gained about how microbes and chemical processes degrade oil.
M.G. Finn and Georgia Tech colleagues examine membrane material produced at Imperial College London based on a new polymer material.
Lipid- and polymer-based nanoparticles trust in guile more than force, so they’re less likely to arouse immune resistance or wreak collateral damage.
García lab developed new biomaterial microgel to deliver safer, smaller, and more cost-effective dosages of an immune-suppressing protein to extend the effectiveness of pancreatic islet transplantations.
Inan lab shows it can accurately assess blood loss by measuring seismic vibrations in the chest cavity and by detecting changes in the timing of heartbeats.
Georgia Tech and University of Missouri researchers develop new biomaterial microgel that could lead to better long-term acceptance of islet transplantations.
An absence of germinal centers—which arise during infections to produce long-lived antibody-generating cells—might explain rapidly waning antibody levels in the disease.
W. Hong Yeo has created a nanomembrane electrode EMG array that has the potential to greatly reduce problems for patients recovering from spinal cord injuries.

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