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Transformative research is bringing together science, engineering, and clinical practice in unique ways to advance the understanding of disease processes and improve health care.
Georgia Tech researchers unify design and manufacturing to create novel structures with potential applications in biomedicine and space exploration
Georgia Tech neuroscientists have found a way to identify cells in the brain by focusing on their relationship to other cells.
Georgia Tech researchers will collaborate with TRI on two research projects: the first to advance autonomous vehicle testing and the second, to improve the way robots assist older adults with daily living tasks.
A new study compares the level of particles in various indoor spaces, including aircraft cabins.
Both humans and alligators share a common four-chamber heart structure, but unlike mammals, alligators have built-in antiarrhythmic protection.
Research into "blobs" formed by worms and robots could help developers of swarm robots better utilize emergent behavior.
The mesmerizing flow of a sidewinder moving across desert sands has captivated biologists for centuries, but questions remained about how the snakes produce their unique motion.
A new imaging instrument will be able to simultaneously study both the surface of a biological sample and its chemical composition.
Georgia Tech researchers have helped select the right RNA-seq data analysis tools.
Two human factors - awareness of the virus and fatigue - are battling to control the path of Covid-19.
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