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Grad students from Georgia Tech and three other universities get rare close-up look at big pharma facility

Coulter Department/Petit Institute researcher at Georgia Tech says next step for groundbreaking device would be Phase One clinical trials

Biomedical engineer/hematologist from Georgia Tech/Emory earns one of just seven NHLBI Emerging Investigator Awards granted this year

NIH ranks researcher’s proposal with its best possible score

Our spines are more than just a cord, performing complicated, intricate behaviors without input from the brain.

Georgia Tech bioengineering grad student collaborates on connectomics research in Bonn, Germany

Georgia Tech recognizes top faculty and researchers for 2018-2019 academic year

Scientists from Georgia Tech and Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology receive $750,000 grant for research.

Learn about sports medicine research from Petit Institute faculty member Omer Inan

Research from Haider lab demonstrates that visual behavior is impacted by the moment-to-moment state of activity in the primary visual cortex


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From Georgia Tech researchers: How elephants swish-swish to chase away mosquitoes
Skin patch contains microneedles that release hormones into the body for more than a month
Georgia Tech researchers have create low-cost contraceptive patch for women that just takes seconds to use and offers protection for a month
Breakthrough contraceptive patch could be widely available in five years
Experimental patch developed at Georgia Tech could provide weeks of protection against pregnancy
Revolutionary long-term contraception designed for women to self-administer using a microneedle patch
Long-acting self-administered contraceptive patch provides new option for family planning
New contraceptive microneedle patch developed in Prausnitz lab could prove more effective than current options
Georgia Tech researchers create a low-cost contraceptive alternative for women; microneedles provide month-long dose in just seconds
From the lab of Petit Institute researcher Saad Bhamla: These insects can urinate faster than cheetahs can run