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Georgia Tech and Emory researchers collaborate on human feasibility trial

For these five engineering faculty, time spent in the private sector proved to be invaluable.

Researcher is ending 2020 by winning a top award in his discipline, co-authoring an attention-getting study on water on the Moon, and sharing in national exposure for his research in a major NASA space project

Georgia Tech researchers have successfully engineered synthetic biomimetic cilia and developed a mechanism for manipulating them using magnetic fields in a way that mimics their natural motion to assist in a variety of applications.

Computational Neural Engineering Program at Georgia Tech and Emory holds first annual online retreat

Georgia Tech/BME assistant professor recognized with career development honor for original, creative work

Interventions such as shelter-in-place taken to control the SARS-CoV-2 virus can reduce infections and overall deaths.

Rudy Gleason and Hong Yeo collaborating on device for continuous health monitoring of at-risk infants

Coulter Department chair earns one of the highest honors in health and medicine

IBB’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


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