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Rozell and Stanley leading five-year, $1.6 million study to develop new algorithms to interact with neural circuitry

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta has a new partner as Georgia Tech's football team suits up for 'Cape Day'

BMES recognizes exceptional achievements and contributions

Faculty from Georgia Tech, Emory, and Clark Atlanta join interdisciplinary research community

ECE Ph.D. student Nil Gurel has been selected to participate in the 2019 NextProf Nexus Workshop, sponsored by the University of Michigan, the University of California at Berkeley, and Georgia Tech.

Former Project ENGAGES Student gets STEM support to attend Hampton University

NSF Cell Manufacturing Technologies Center gathering in Athens for annual retreat

Defying expectations, life building blocks spontaneously linked up in an experiment on how prebiotic chemistry took steps toward becoming the early life chemistry behind proteins.

A wireless, wearable monitor built with stretchable electronics could allow comfortable, long-term health monitoring of adults, babies and small children.

Aaron Levine's new paper in 'The Lancet Oncology' examines crowdfunding for CAR-T cell therapy

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Georgia Tech football team unveils 'Cape Day' uniforms to support Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
In The New York Times: Petit Institute researcher David Hu weighs in on new research
Rising tundra temperatures lead to changes in microbial communities
Bone and the Microbiome: Animal studies, clinical trials show it’s possible to get commensal microbes to protect against bone loss
New double-duty hydrogel attacks bacteria to treat bone infections and encourages regrowth with a single application
Researchers develop hydrogel that attacks the bacteria and encourages bone regrowth with a single application
Petit Institute researcher Julia Kubanek weighs in on how some animals feed on toxic organisms and steal their chemical defense
The Conversation: Seaweed and sea slugs rely on toxic bacteria to defend against predators
A team of Georgia Tech researchers is working on creating an ambitious hearing aid that would potentially cost less than a dollar
Georgia Tech startup company's medical device will combat elephantiasis

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