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Petit Institute researchers receive chair and professorship in Woodruff School

Petit Institute researcher becomes associate chair for graduate studies in ChBE

Annual funding program supports diverse range of interdisciplinary research projects

By energizing precursor molecules, researchers have dramatically accelerated the fabrication of nanometer scale structures.

A new $21.9 million research initiative will modulate gene expression to help protect against pandemic flu.

Researchers have a developed a hydrogel that both attacks bacteria and encourages bone regrowth.

CMaT collaborates with Georgia Bio to create new training program for rural Georgia

Pamela Peralta-Yahya and colleagues urge federal investment in the field.

Georgia Tech’s Frank Stewart joins global call for more research on the impact on microbes.

Georgia Tech has announced the selection of two outstanding faculty members to serve as vice presidents in the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research

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Georgia Tech researchers develop nanoparticle that allows physicians to detect transplanted organ rejection with a simple urine test
Nanoparticles highlight organ transplant rejection through fluorescent urine
Researchers build DNA with eight bases and it may hold clues to the potential for life elsewhere in the universe and expand our capacity to store digital data on Earth
Georgia Tech researchers figure out how maggots can eat so much, so fast
Meet the robot that is finding out how the brain works and tweeting about it later
New jagged little pill could make treating diabetes easier: Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz weighs in
Writhing fountain of maggots surging around food shed new light on group feeding dynamics
'Fountain’ of 10,000 maggots devour pizza in just two hours, revealing unique way larvae maximize constumption
DNA and RNA may have evolved to form neat spirals with ease billions of years ago when RNA’s chemical ancestors casually spun into spiraled strands
Georgia Tech researchers invent microneedle patch that only needs to be briefly pressed against the skin to deliver a contraceptive drug

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