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Akinade Ojemakinde is graduating with a B.S. in Biology in Spring 2018.

Researchers have found a new way to get drugs and genes through cell membranes.

Research team designs new DNA nanotech platform for cell sorting

A near-infrared light, similar to that of a TV remote, combines with gold nano-particles to flip a gene switch in T-cells

Funding designed to develop tools and technologies to support Human Cell Atlas and enable new collaborations among scientists, physicians, and engineers

Dahlman recognized for excellence in teaching

International Symposium on Medical Robotics debuts at Georgia Tech; Jaydev Desai receives $3 million NIH R01 grant for a collaborative project

Flavio Fenton and Raquel Lieberman are joint recipients of the 2018 Faculty Award for Academic Outreach.

Georgia Tech researcher working on a better way to deliver therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease

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"They're really just hungry little babies," says Petit Institute researcher David Hu in Science Friday feature
Petit Institute researcher and roboticist Gil Weinberg talks about our weird android future
From the lab of Petit Institute researcher David Hu: How much do you "go" in your lifetime?
Georgia Tech engineers created an organization to develop standards and production processes for producing life-saving cell-based therapeutics at affordable prices
Petit Institute researcher Margaret Kosal weighs in on controversy around horsepox virus
Musical and comedic robots take center stage at Georgia Tech to begin two weeks of mind-expanding events
From the lab of Petit Institute researcher James Dahlman: New study demonstrates advantages of in vivo DNA barcoding technique
Wheels in the desert: 'Star Wars' robots wouldn't fare too well in the real world
Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg and musician robot Shimon helping to kick of Atlanta Science Festival
Research from Georgia Tech and MIT: Neurons get the beat and keep it going in drumrolls

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