Post date: 2020
Grad student leadership delivers new format for traditional spring celebration of science and community
See list of recommended books, articles, movies, podcasts and tv shows
Post date: 2017
The actions of bacteria locked in battle are nearly as calculable as a chemical reaction.
U.S. Military Academy cadets gain biomedical research experience in Manu Platt’s lab
Brain signals are as furtive as the wartime encryption system 'Enigma,' but they can be similarly decrypted as new research shows.
A $20 million engineering research center will help expand the uses of cell-based therapies.
Post date: 2019
Two BME students win prestigious Astronaut Scholar Foundation awards
A wireless sensor small enough to be implanted in the blood vessels of the human brain could help clinicians evaluate the healing of aneurysms.
New research offers better tools for measuring critical tissue function, and a potential new stem cell treatment
Post date: 2018
Former Georgia Tech provost and acting president opened doors for new department, later becoming interim chair
Research will advance the understanding of the cerebral cortex
Georgia Tech’s initiatives in bio-inspired solutions to problems drew this outstanding student to Atlanta.
Petit Institute researcher Yonggang Ke part of research team addressing worldwide need for data storage
Researchers propose to use new microfluidic and computational modeling techniques
BME professor, Petit Institute researcher tapped again for national initiative
Post date: 2016
A highly interdisciplinary field that blends statistics, computing, algorithms, applied mathematics, and visualization, data science uses automated methods to gather and extract knowledge from very large or complex sets of data.
BME/Petit Institute researcher at forefront of revolution in gene editing
Post date: 2021
The project focuses on understanding normal heart development and what can go wrong in those processes and lead to severe defects.
NSF and NASA-funded Georgia Tech-based center completes its 10-year run with a deep impact on origins of life studies — and a cadre of early career scientists ready to take the reins on future research efforts
School of Biological Sciences’ Jeffrey Skolnick and Hongyi Zhou are part of an award-winning NIH effort to create innovative, AI-powered platforms for discovering new pain management drugs — and identify immediate solutions