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Getting antibodies directly to the lungs protected mice from the virus.

Coulter Department celebrates 20 years of innovation, inclusion and impact as national conference hits Atlanta

Chaouki Abdallah brings a unique perspective as Georgia Tech's new executive vice president for research.

How natural can the seawater in a large inland aquarium be? New study at Georgia Aquarium gives scientists a good sign

Marcus Center leading three-year collaborative effort with GTRI, ISyE and Duke University

A new study shows how elephants use the trunks to compress food before eating it.

Startup schooling from BME/Petit Institute faculty member James Rains

Nano-electric technology may improve the drug development process.

El-Sayed ventured into cancer research after seeing a loved one suffer from the disease.

Biology graduate Megen Wittling wins Episode 8 quiz.

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Flu experts hopeful that new vaccine will be better than last year's; Petit Institute researcher weighs in
Researchers use 3D printer to make custom tracheal splints and save a baby's life at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Petit Institute researchers and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta team up on life-saving 3D printed device
Technology from Georgia Tech and physicians at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta collaborate on groundbreaking pediatric device
Solomon Dobbs, a scholar in Georgia Tech's high school education program, hits ceremonial first shot at PGA Championship
Groundbreaking technology used in life-saving surgery for the first time in the Southeast
How Georgia Tech and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta used 3D-printing to save an infant's life
Petit Institute researcher James Dahlman weighs in on biomedical innovations at EmTech MIT conference
Georgia Tech and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta team up on 3D printed tracheal splints
Prosthetic arm developed at Georgia Tech enables musician to play the drums

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