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A profile of 10 female roboticists

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi) represents one of Tech’s premier co-ed professional business fraternity. Learn more about the organization and their events below.

The National Science Foundation creates podcast from Tech research.

A honeybee can carry up to 30 percent of its body weight in pollen because of the strategic spacing of its nearly three million hairs.

BME associate professor brings clinical experience to his research

Masters program holds annual recruitment event, taking prospects on tour of state-of-the-art facilities

A new study proposes more microbial engineering for drugs based on plant alkaloids.

Stem cell treatment may restore vision to patients with damaged corneas

A little empathy can go a long way toward ending infectious disease outbreaks.

Annual gathering of researchers at Hilton Head begins third decade with heavy focus on immunology

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Georgia Tech research team opens new door to study how mechanical force triggers biochemical signals at the molecular scale.
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Georgia Tech researchers working to advance study and treatment of chronic mental disorder
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Research from Petit Institute labs provides valuable lessons for business executives and entrepreneurs
Got cracky knees? It's completely normal, and Georgia Tech researchers explain what it means
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Georgia Tech researchers and robot helping to reveal how the first creatures crawled on land
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Tricky syndrome affecting astronauts' eyesight could hamper chances of going to Mars.
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Scientists study mudskipper for clues of how animals made the transition from water to land
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Biggest impact on human health likely to come from animals raised to produce organs, tissue, and therapeutics
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Scientists use robots and living fish to answer how early animals might have emerged from water to colonize dry land.

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