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The actions of bacteria locked in battle are nearly as calculable as a chemical reaction.

2017 class of Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars most diverse in program history

A frog's saliva changes three times in milliseconds as it snares food with its tongue.

Researchers have combined microgels with robust polymer networks to create a new repair material.

Petit Institute researcher elected to national honor society for physician-scientists

Petit Institute researcher elected as councilor in American Chemistry Society

Understanding the biophysical cues provided by pathogenic particles may help fine tune vaccines.

Emory interventional radiologists collaborating with Georgia Tech Capstone students

Using super-resolution imaging, a Georgia Tech research team has observed the molecular reorganizations involved in phagocytosis.

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Six finalists (including team Wobble and Petit Scholar Ana Gomez del Campo), vying for InVenture Prize.
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Research from Nick Hud and collaborators reimagines the environment that gave rise to life.
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Petit Institute Associate Director Nick Hud and his collaborators are beyond biology to the role of chemistry in the development of life.
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Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers use microfluidic chips to study how drugs affect the mechanics of cells.
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Petit Institute researcher Dan Goldman weighs in on rescue robots prototype based on cockroaches.
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Better understanding the role of physics in fine-tuning biological processes could give researchers new approaches for diagnosing and treating disease.
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Bioethicist Aaron Levine weighs in on egg donor recruitment and risk disclosure.
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Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz selected as one three Georgia Bio Innovation award winners for 2016.
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Georgia Tech will develop processes and techniques for consistent, low-cost, large-scale manufacture of high-quality living cells used in cell-based therapies.

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