They store information and look like security gates, but change shape in a cascade
Annual gathering of regenerative medicine researchers looks to new opportunities
ECE Assistant Professor Fatih Sarioglu has received the 2017 Beckman Young Investigator Award for his project titled “All-...
Four world class investigators join multidisciplinary research community at Georgia Tech
A new study explores the role of "common drive" when controlling muscles.
DNA is the boss when it comes to the movement of molecules through its dense curls, beating out all other sources of motion.
Researchers have discovered how the Rad52 protein is a crucial player in RNA-dependent DNA repair.
Receives the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Diversity Award
Annabelle Singer's research could revolutionize the way we look at the disease's progression
Combining a new hydrogel material with a protein that boosts blood vessel growth could improve the success rate for...
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From researcher Jeffrey Skolnick: New simulations of DNA as a transport conduit could shatter the way scientists think about how large molecules diffuse on their way to carry out genetic missions
Georgia Tech researchers contribute to study to see if "leaky" blood vessels can enhance drug delivery
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Petit Institute lab of Andrés García combines hydrogel material with protein to boost blood vessel growth
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Georgia Tech/Emory researchers explain how flamingoes can sleep while standing on one leg
In the New York Times: Georgia Tech/Emory study could inspire improvements in robotics and powered prosthetics
New study from Georgia Tech and Emory researchers provides revolutionary insights into the flamingo's one-legged posture.
They’re so steady that you can balance a dead one on a single leg.
Humans consider standing on one leg something best done in a yoga class. Flamingos, on the other hand, consider it the most comfortable sleeping position.