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A wireless, wearable monitor built with stretchable electronics could allow comfortable, long-term health monitoring of adults, babies and small children.

Aaron Levine's new paper in 'The Lancet Oncology' examines crowdfunding for CAR-T cell therapy

BME/Petit Institute researcher a finalist Nature Research Awards for Driving Global Impact

Two BME students win prestigious Astronaut Scholar Foundation awards

DARPA funding researchers from Georgia Tech, Emory, and Northwestern

A new HIV treatment aimed at women could be on the horizon with Phil Santangelo’s RNA-based solutions

BME student Emily Madsen uses her skills as a painter and sculptor to illuminate complex topics

Zhu discusses platelets and activation by shear forces

New program at Georgia Tech and Emory funded by NIH creating next wave of researchers in computational neural engineering

Rising temperatures could affect the microbial communities in northern latitude tundra.

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Controls that use augmented reality could help individuals with profound motor impairments operate humanoid robots
Scientists have developed a new technique for administering contraceptive hormones through jewellery, including earrings, rings or necklaces
Research from Petit Institute lab of Mark Prausnitz: These earrings can be used to prevent unwanted pregnancy
Georgia Tech researchers develop promising breakthroughs are undergoing pre-clinical, clinical trials or other human test phases
Each year livestock produce billions of tons of excrement and it's starting to poison the natural world
Robot's view helps people with profound motor impairment care for themselves
Rovers learn new gait to avoid getting stuck in the sand when exploring the moon and other planets
Body surrogate robot helps people with motor impairments care for themselves
Georgia Tech researchers featured in profile of the state’s innovative engineering programs

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