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Neuroscience and neurotechnology community gather for “state of the union”

Seminal papers by Petit Institute researcher Al Merrill get the “Classic” treatment

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), and Northwestern University are building wearable and weighing-scale-based ballistocardiogram (BCG) technology for monitoring HF patients at home.

A tiny mirror could make a huge difference for scientists trying to understand what’s happening in the micron-scale structures of living cells.

Petit Institute Seed Grants Support New Research Collaborations

School of Biology's King Jordan receives award to assist capacity building.

An industry-driven consortium has developed a national roadmap designed to chart the path to large-scale manufacturing of cell-based therapeutics.

Techniques Symposium offers wide-ranging ‘shotgun approach’ for young researchers

End of year event honors graduating high school seniors

Tracking heme has dispelled a widely held assumption that it does not float freely in cellular pools.

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Latest edition of Journal of the American Medical Association features microneedle patch developed by Georgia Tech and CDC.
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Coulter Department chairman Ravi Bellamkonda is interviewed on GPB about the hottest job to have in Georgia.
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Georgia Tech project encouraging minority participating in STEM fields is profiled on local public radio station.
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Petit Institute faculty member Dan Goldman researches the manipulative, careful construction techniques of fire ants.
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A painless vaccine that requires no refrigeration and can be easily disposed once given? Researchers at Georgia Tech and the CDC are working on it.
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Petit Institute faculty member Danielle Dixson is part of the research team studying the effects of the ocean’s increasing acidity on marine life.
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Georgia Tech biochemist Nick Hud a team at the Center for Chemical Evolution (CCE) are working to chip away at the question: How did life on Earth begin?
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A “game changer” solution from Georgia Tech and the CDC could possibly save the lives of thousands of children every year.
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Microneedle patch being developed by Georgia Tech and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) makes vaccination easier.
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CNN visits Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz to profile his cutting-edge microneedle patch technology.

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