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Certain enzymes implicated in cancer and other diseases also annihilate each other

Researchers have devised an inexpensive technique for building a laboratory device known as an electroporator.

New algorithm advances scientific imaging by automatically correcting scientific CMOS-related noise

Annual gathering of mathematicians and bio-scientists returns to Georgia Tech, Feb. 17-18

Study shows how to use less pricey, more powerful computer processors for simulations

Researchers have captured and analyzed nearly all of the brain signals sent to the wings of hawk moths.

Petit Institute researcher supports ending crowdfunding for unproven treatments

Rob Mannino and Erika Tyburski were named to the 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Coskun lab presents concept for digital posters for interactive cellular media and bioengineering education

How chiral systems emerged is one of the key questions of origins-of-life research.


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Charlie Kemp's publication; "In-home and Remote use of Robotic Body Surrogates by People with Profound Motor Deficits", selected as a favorite paper from 2019.
Fatih Sarioglu’s ultimate goal was to apply his engineering skills to an important bioengineering problem, even though he focused on micro and systems engineering and became an expert in building tiny devices for seeing things on an atomic scale.
Study from the lab of Manu Platt shows that certain human enzymes play dual roles in health and disease.
Steve Stice and his colleagues presented brain-imaging data for a new stroke treatment that supported full recovery in swine, modeled with the same pattern of neurodegeneration as seen in humans with severe stroke.
Founding Executive Director, Bob Nerem's research featured in Psychology Today
Grasshoppers and their blood pressure issues: Petit Institute researcher David Hu weighs in
Research from the Petit Institute: Common household lighter inspires invention of new, affordable CRISPR tool
Georgia Tech researchers develop genetic engineering tool that costs 23 cents
Georgia Tech collaborates with Keiretsu Forum to advance innovation, entrepreneurship, and tech transfer
Petit Institute researcher Gil Weinberg's research is included in video about A.I.