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A brush that's like a shoe brush on a micron scale can have great potential uses for industry and medicine -- but only if it works right.

Nanotextured surface on stainless steel appears to kill bacteria.

An ultrasonic sensor in a prosthesis allows amputees to control each of their prosthetic fingers individually.

Georgia Tech leading the effort to develop manufacturing expertise and expand cell therapies

McDonald’s cancer research gets a boost from Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory

Medical robotics pioneer, Petit Institute researcher, BME professor named IEEE Fellow

Three Georgia Tech researchers honored as AAAS Fellows for 2017 for their contributions to the advancement of science.

Petit Institute researcher Susan Thomas awarded funding from It’s the Journey and Georgia CORE

Petit Institute researchers from CoE leading Tech's sports medicine program

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

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Georgia Tech researchers create process that can be used to kill bacteria without hurting mammalian cells
From Georgia Tech/Petit Institute research: New type of steel kills bacteria with nanospikes
'Star Wars' inspires prosthetic technology, developed by Georgia Tech, that allows greater dexterity
Petit Institute researcher and UGA professor Steve Stice named fellow of National Academy of Inventors
New prosthetic arm developed by Georgia Tech enables amputees to control each individual finger
Innovative new prosthetic hand developed by Georgia Tech researchers offers better motor control
Georgia Tech researchers create Star Wars-inspired robot hand with more lifelike dexterity
Robotic hand developed by Georgia Tech researchers allows musician to play piano with agile prosthetic fingers
Georgia Tech's Rhodes Scholar Calvin Runnels shares story on Atlanta radio station WABE
Georgia Tech releases machine learning software to further cancer drug research

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