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Research from physics lab of Petit Institute's Alberto Fernandez-Nieves on shape changes has implications in life sciences 

Researchers have identified biological signatures in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease to predict whether they will develop complications.

GTNeuro researchers on the cutting edge are exploring the frontier between our ears

Abnormal folding of proteins may help explain the emergence of life.

Seven new faculty members, including several neuro-researchers, join growing interdisciplinary community

Researchers have harnessed triboelectric nanogenerators to improve the sensitivity of mass spectrometers.

25th annual gathering at the Petit Institute featured ground-breaking research in neuroscience

Raquel Lieberman, associate professor at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is having the Best. Winter. Ever.

CauteryGuard among six teams vying for $20,000 top prize

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Petit Institute researcher Dan Goldman weighs in on rescue robots prototype based on cockroaches.
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Better understanding the role of physics in fine-tuning biological processes could give researchers new approaches for diagnosing and treating disease.
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Bioethicist Aaron Levine weighs in on egg donor recruitment and risk disclosure.
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Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz selected as one three Georgia Bio Innovation award winners for 2016.
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Georgia Tech will develop processes and techniques for consistent, low-cost, large-scale manufacture of high-quality living cells used in cell-based therapies.
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Georgia Tech researchers are one step closer to artificial sensing system to control a cell’s behavior.
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Georgia Tech teams up with Carnegie Melon and Zoo Atlanta to develop snake-like robots.
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Marcus Foundation grants $15.7 million for center to develop new processes and techniques for manufacturing living cells.

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