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New research offers better tools for measuring critical tissue function, and a potential new stem cell treatment

Research from BME/Petit Institute Denis Tsygankov brings new understanding to genetic vascular disease

Automation technology developed in lab of Georgia Tech researcher Craig Forest being commercialized

Joel Kostka, Joshua Weitz join prestigious leadership group.

An 18-month federally-sponsored project led by the Georgia Institute of Technology will develop much-needed curriculum to train workers for the fledgling cell manufacturing industry.

An evolutionary enigma may have just been cracked: Explaining how the helix of RNA and DNA evolved.

BME/Petit Institute researcher exploring the role of attention in sensory perception

ECE Associate Professor Omer T. Inan has been invited to attend the 2019 China-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, to be held June 20-22 in San Diego, California.

Still time to register early for the annual winter gathering of leading bio-researchers

A new long-acting contraceptive designed to be self-administered by women may provide a new family planning option.

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Petit Institute researcher David Hu's unfettered curiosity leads him to investigate the physics at work in some very odd corners of the natural world
New screening process could accelerate identification of nanoparticles suitable for delivering therapeutic RNA into living cells
NPR's Science Friday: Petit Institute researcher David Hu discusses his new book, "How to Walk on Water and Climb up Walls"
Interview with Fatih Sarioglu: Microfluidic devices to diagnose and characterize cancer
Study from lab of Petit Institute researcher David Hu explains how mammals’ tails can discourage mosquitoes from landing and blow them away
New research from Georgia Tech digs into how animals use their tails to fend off insects
Georgia Tech researchers demonstrate an integrated technique for monitoring specific biomolecules
Researchers explore promising strategy to create new drugs and bring old antibiotics back to life
Georgia Tech researchers have created an in-mouth device to measure how much sodium you're consuming
In a confined environment, industrious ants know the secret to avoiding traffic jams

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