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An interface system that uses augmented reality technology could help individuals with profound motor impairments operate a humanoid robot to feed themselves and perform routine personal care tasks.

Pioneering researcher in computational systems biology earns rare honor

Research on the early detection of ovarian cancer will get a boost from a new award from the Prevent Cancer Foundation.

A new study shows how the motion of snakes moving across a sandy surface can be affected by obstacles.

New nanoparticle makes urine glow as soon as T cells initiate an attack on transplanted organs

BME Assistant Professors Eva Dyer and Chethan Pandarinath ranked among best young scientists in North America

TendoNova one of five finalist teams in NFL’s 1st and Future competition

Adriana Mulero-Russe selected for competitive year-long career development program

The Center for the Origin of Life (COOL) will explore the origins and evolution of life on Earth.

Georgia Tech and Emory researchers exploring causes of heart disease and developing methods to detect and fix the damage


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Rovers learn new gait to avoid getting stuck in the sand when exploring the moon and other planets
Body surrogate robot helps people with motor impairments care for themselves
Georgia Tech researchers featured in profile of the state’s innovative engineering programs
Researchers build DNA with eight letters instead of four, raising a profound question about the nature of life elsewhere in the universe
Georgia Tech researchers develop nanoparticle that allows physicians to detect transplanted organ rejection with a simple urine test
Nanoparticles highlight organ transplant rejection through fluorescent urine
Researchers build DNA with eight bases and it may hold clues to the potential for life elsewhere in the universe and expand our capacity to store digital data on Earth
Georgia Tech researchers figure out how maggots can eat so much, so fast
Meet the robot that is finding out how the brain works and tweeting about it later
New jagged little pill could make treating diabetes easier: Petit Institute researcher Mark Prausnitz weighs in