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AIMBE's College of Fellows Selects Petit Institute researcher as Chair-Elect for 2020-2021

Labs across campus pulled together items that healthcare workers will be able to use as they diagnose and treat COVID-19.

AIMBE College of Fellows is comprised of the top two percent of medical and biological engineers in the country

Promotions announced for BME professors Kemp, Kwong, and Le Doux

Researchers take new approach to detect, treat eye disease that can lead to blindness

The Georgia Tech community is working together to help meet the needs for personal protection equipment for health care workers.

Now a new study says that the Vulcan heat on the planet closest to the sun likely helps make some of that ice.

Many breast cancer survivors suffer from lymph collection known as lymphedema, and a new phone app detects it early.

"Discussions on Science and Diversity” at Yale video series features Manu O. Platt

Dahlman, Gleason, and Jacobson recognized with Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching awards

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11 Alive: Georgia Tech and Emory students partner to manufacture and distribute face shields to save lives
Deepwater Horizon, 10 years later: Researchers gain new insights into ecosystem response to environmental disasters
While self-isolation is important, Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Joshua Weitz said reducing contact with other people should be part of a much larger response.
New drug delivery method could open the door to new skin treatments.
The new study by Brandon Dixon and colleagues has found that the lymphedema monitoring technology, marketed by LymphaTech, can effectively detect early arm swelling associated with lymphedema in breast cancer patients.
The closest planet to the Sun, Mercury, is a world of intense extremes. According to a new study by Thomas Orlando and colleagues, those extremes could be responsible for some of the water ice locked up in dark craters at its poles.
Health care workers are facing a serious shortage of critical equipment needed to treat the coronavirus. We spoke to the makers who are building innovative protective gear and ventilators for them.
"Initially we were just thinking about meeting the needs of Atlanta, but cities everywhere need them," says Petit Institute researcher Saad Bhamla
New York Times video: Georgia Tech engineers working on medical devices for frontline health care workers in coronavirus pandemic
Man-made, multi-talented robot musician and songwriter Shimon adds to its repertoire

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