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Successful reduction of beta amyloid plaques achieved by using flickering light to modulate brain activity and energize immune cells

Award recognizes the highest level of excellence among early-stage researchers

Computers viewing tiny traits could reveal previously invisible underpinnings of horrible diseases.

Counterintuitive addition of noise to AFM instrument requiring quiet boosts its performance

The ocean's dead zones teem with microbes, studies show. Frank Stewart explains the research.

Joshua Weitz explains study suggesting a link between viruses in our gut and our health.

Petit Institute founding director part of first Inter-American Stem Cell Conference

Monica McNerney, a doctoral student in Bioengineering, won the 2016 Three Minute Thesis competition.

BioE students Alyssa Pybus and Troy Batugal balance military and lab commitments

UCB-Georgia Tech partnership continues to grow and evolve


In the News

Petit Institute faculty member Steve Stice's vision becoming a reality at UGA.
Researchers, leaders from Petit Institute and Coulter Department featured in Georgia Trend magazine.
A bacterium engineered by Georgia Tech researcher could give health officials an inexpensive way to detect nutritional deficiencies.
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Petit Institute's David Hu wins Harvard's Nobel spoof award for study showing that nearly all mammals take the same amount of time to urinate.
Georgia Tech researchers' slithering snake robot shows promise for search and rescue missions.
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Emory to begin testing microneedle patch developed with Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz
Georgia Tech's Dan Goldman weighs in on the utility and companionship of robotic pets.
Jordan lab provides new perspective on the role that RTE-derived sequences play in the precise execution of the human genome's regulatory program.
Petit Institute faculty member Michelle LaPlaca, co-inventor of 15-minute sideline test, featured on WSB TV.
Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud and faculty member Facundo Fernandez help stimulate ancient conditions on Earth.