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Post date: 2021

Experiencing racism throughout her educational years Aqua Asberry now uses those experiences in her career to bring more awareness to the need for improved diversity and inclusion within pathology and laboratory medicine.
03/04/2021 - 07:55
Unlike humans and other mammals, whose hearts can fibrillate under stress, alligators have built-in antiarrhythmic protection.
02/23/2021 - 13:32
These crawlers form clumps to protect the collective. Understanding their movement gives engineers a model for shape-shifting robot swarms.
02/17/2021 - 16:52
Former Petit Institute researcher named Emory University provost and executive vice president of academic affairs.
02/18/2021 - 14:53
Both humans and alligators have four-chamber hearts, but alligator hearts are uniquely resilient to temperature extremes.
02/16/2021 - 14:03
Manu Platt receives the 2021 AAAS Mentor Award for his commitment to supporting the diverse members of his laboratory.
02/16/2021 - 13:07
The marsupial’s unique digestive tract forms square dung.
02/16/2021 - 13:12
Implementing testing is an enormous, logistically complex undertaking, and most schools need significant resources to make it feasible.
02/08/2021 - 12:13
Microscopic look reveals differences in the surfaces of snakes' bellies.
02/03/2021 - 11:14
This discovery could change the way geometric products are manufactured in future.
02/03/2021 - 11:06
New J&J vaccine is said to be entirely different.
02/03/2021 - 11:12
CBS46 News talks to a professor at Georgia Tech about exactly what is liquid nitrogen.
02/10/2021 - 15:26
Detailed three-dimensional information from the research could help improve the reliability and performance of the batteries, which use solid materials to replace the flammable liquid electrolytes in existing lithium-ion batteries.
01/29/2021 - 13:17
From problems in producing PPE that demonstrate the vulnerabilities in critical supply chains to solutions in vaccine distribution challenges that leverage innovative public-private partnerships, new perspectives and approaches to public health are necessary.
01/29/2021 - 09:33
Philip Santangelo, a biomedical engineering researcher at Georgia Tech, explains how the mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna work–and how scientists know so much about them.
01/29/2021 - 09:23
Of the many things that COVID-19 has made abundantly clear to us, surely one of them is a newfound realization that public health has become increasingly complex. Understanding the challenges to public health – that is, the task of guarding the well-being of the U.S. population – is essential now more than ever.
01/26/2021 - 14:23
In desperate times, there are many ways to stretch vaccines and speed up inoculation campaigns, according to experts who have done it.
01/26/2021 - 14:37
Biden’s goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans in 100 days came after input from experts. The experts say that the goal is within reach once the country takes more steps to expand the vaccine rollout.
01/26/2021 - 12:07
From problems in producing PPE that demonstrate the vulnerabilities in critical supply chains to solutions in vaccine distribution challenges that leverage innovative public-private partnerships, new perspectives and approaches to public health are necessary.
01/22/2021 - 09:42
CDC data shows Georgia is one of the slowest states in the nation when it comes to administering the COVID-19 vaccines.
01/14/2021 - 14:48

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