Post date: 2016
Program provides undergraduate bio-students with yearlong, deep dive into research
For scientists listening in on the faint whispers of brain neurons, a first-ever robotic technique for cleaning the tiny devices that record the signals could facilitate a new level of automation in neuroscience research.
Coulter Translational Research Partnership supporting early stage biomedical projects
Five weeks in Barcelona adds visual dimension to grad student's research
Techniques Symposium offers wide-ranging ‘shotgun approach’ for young researchers
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.
Petit Institute founding director part of first Inter-American Stem Cell Conference
Graduate research assistant from Sulchek lab recognized among the “best and the brightest”
Post date: 2017
Inaugural event at Petit Institute puts innovative, homegrown businesses in the spotlight
Researchers have identified biological signatures in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease to predict whether they will develop complications.
Rob Mannino is poised to advance the field of mobile health technology
New researchers from engineering and science join Petit Institute team
The actions of bacteria locked in battle are nearly as calculable as a chemical reaction.
Petit Institute researcher Brandon Dixon contributes to groundbreaking Stanford-led study
Four world class investigators join multidisciplinary research community at Georgia Tech
Proteins are tough to make outside a living cell, so how did their components evolve on pre-life Earth? Perhaps easier than thought.
A honeybee can carry up to 30 percent of its body weight in pollen because of the strategic spacing of its nearly three million hairs.
Researchers have improved the sensitivity and detection capability of the widely-used ESI-MS analytical technique.
Researchers are interested in the strategies creatures have developed to overcome the challenges of moving though their environments.
Post date: 2015
Society for Biomaterials honors Georgia Tech bioengineering grad student