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For more than a decade, the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University has been applying the principles of engineering to life sciences research and clinical practice
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Bob Guldberg and Johnna Temenoff are working together to develop a new technology to help the body repair traumatic bone injuries more effectively and at lower cost than current methods
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Ross Ethier elected to prestigious society which shapes an agenda for basic, clinical and translational research to fight glaucoma.
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National Geographic features study on clever fish species that makes itself smell like coral to avoid predators.
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Mark Prausnitz developed needles too small to be seen by the naked eye that may offer an effective treatment for glaucoma
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Michelle LaPlaca, with Emory colleagues, working on a portable device for use on the sidelines to determine whether an athlete is concussed.
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Gang Bao is developing gene-editing strategies for sick-cell disease and paying particular attention to challenge of limiting off-target effects
Joshua Weitz's postdoctoral fellow, Alexander Bucksch, finds way to watch the roots of plants as they grow
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Research from David Hu shows that most animals, including humans, take the same amount of time to urinate.

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