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Petit Institute seed grants awarded to three interdisciplinary research teams

Researchers have improved the sensitivity and detection capability of the widely-used ESI-MS analytical technique.

Small skin patches with dissolvable microneedles could allow self-administration of the influenza vaccine.

It’s a highly competitive and prestigious invitation, according to the National Academy of Engineering

Metastasis virtually halted in human in vitro cultures via gold nanorod photothermal therapy

Public, private universities enjoy unique, longtime collaboration in biomedical research and academics

The Krone Engineered Biosystems Building gets its name from aerospace engineering graduate Roger A. Krone and his wife Helen B. Krone.

New undergraduate program builds on strength of research across campus, from neurons to behavior .

They store information and look like security gates, but change shape in a cascade

Annual gathering of regenerative medicine researchers looks to new opportunities


In the News

NIH grants to Georgia Tech and Emory researchers target Parkinson's and other diseases
Georgia Tech researchers gain new insights into microbial mechanisms, which could degrade pollutants and help rescue crops
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Georgia Tech and Emory researchers find adapted tango program alters balance control in Parkinson's patients
Georgia Tech researcher part of new studies mapping genetic profiles of early humans migrating from Africa.
Petit Institute researcher Joe LaChance helps trace world population to single migration from Africa.
Innovation center in Technology Square will drive collaboration between UCB and Georgia Tech and impact the lives of people with severe diseases.
Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson announces new innovation center (with more to come!)
Petit Institute researcher's about viral ecology on "shortlist" for Royal Society of Biology Book Award
Petit Institute researcher weighs in on why the science hasn't gone mainstream
Georgia Tech research team opens new door to study how mechanical force triggers biochemical signals at the molecular scale.