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Annual meeting features new format and focus on upcoming seed grants

Hammond research focused on creating wearable, useable devices for humans

Bioengineering grad students form non-profit geared toward STEM education

Nerem speech highlights annual Bioengineering grad program celebration

Short DNA loops play a role in gene non-expression, but how force acts on them defies expectations, creating moments of extreme stress.

Society for Biomaterials honors Georgia Tech bioengineering grad student

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FlameTech Grill Defender takes top honors in Georgia Tech's 2015 InVenture Prize competition. Team OcculoStaple, comprised of BME students, takes second.
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The future of vaccinations? Atlanta's National Public Radio affiliate, WABE, features Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz.
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Sunday Times recognizes researcher as only the second Sri Lankan elected to the National Academy of Engineers.
Study explains how improvements in post-death transmission of Ebola may reduce scope and spread of disease.
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Kostas Konstantinidis remarks in NY Times piece about exciting developments in the study of weather-shifting microbes.
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Research from Tom Barker demonstrates how cell-sized particles could help with blood clotting in the face of donor shortages.
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Petit Institute researcher delivers stirring speech to close inspiring conference for young STEM researchers.
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David Hu measured the eyelashes of mammals to find the ideal length for diverting airflow around the eye and reducing evaporation.
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David Hu uses science to help people with a debilitating fear of snakes

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