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By understanding transmission of acoustic waves through microstructure in an individual’s skull, non-invasive ultrasound imaging of the brain and delivery of therapy could be possible in a greater number of people.

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease is ravaging Florida's coral reefs, with 20 out of 45 coral species in the state's waters already infected. School of Chemistry and Biochemistry assistant professor Neha Garg has received an NSF CAREER Award to battle it.

New research from BME’s Annabelle Singer links synaptic dysfunction with neural activity essential to memory

Julia Kubanek, professor of biological sciences and chemistry and biochemistry, and associate dean for Research in Georgia Tech’s College of Sciences, has been named vice president for Interdisciplinary Research, effective July 1.

BME's May Wang leading three of the seven projects in new initiative to improve lives of pediatric patients

Georgia Tech researchers unify design and manufacturing to create novel structures with potential applications in biomedicine and space exploration

The project focuses on understanding normal heart development and what can go wrong in those processes and lead to severe defects.

The award will go towards investigating the interplay of cellular movement and metabolism in grass stomata – the microscopic breathing valves on plant leaves.

A new study led by School of Biological Sciences researchers could eventually help patients who suffer from skin conditions that affect the palms of hands and soles of feet.

School of Biological Sciences professor Soojin Yi and her global team have uncovered new findings on the evolution of DNA methylation

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Multidisciplinary researchers uncover new ways to use ultrasound energy to image and treat hard-to-reach areas of brain.
A team of researchers led sought to show that even the simplest of robots can still accomplish tasks well beyond the capabilities of one, or even a few, of them.
A new study suggests some of these microbes are siphoning off massive amounts of carbon as it enters Earth, using it to fuel their own sunless ecosystems.
How can medical surplus recovery organizations (MSROs) overcome a challenging supply chain to deliver the right medical product to the right recipient healthcare facility?
Expanding access to the latest data, critical decision-making tools and actionable solutions to stop the COVID-19 crisis in the United States.
Petit researcher Mostafa El-Sayed remarks upon prominent materials chemist who began developing methods for making, controlling, and analyzing colloidal nanocrystals.
With taxpayer dollars on the line, districts eager to ensure their schools are COVID-19 safe must determine which products are based on sound science and which ones don’t live up to the hype.
Governor Kemp’s new order loosening COVID-19 restrictions will have wide-ranging impacts on businesses from restaurants and convention centers to gyms and concert venues.
The family of U.S. National Science Foundation-funded robots captures the incredible innovation possible with cross-disciplinary collaboration across STEM fields.
Heavy rainfall in a town near New York City was followed by something a little more unusual: a wormnado.

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