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Stem cell treatment may restore vision to patients with damaged corneas
A little empathy can go a long way toward ending infectious disease outbreaks.
Annual gathering of researchers at Hilton Head begins third decade with heavy focus on immunology
Research from physics lab of Petit Institute's Alberto Fernandez-Nieves on shape changes has implications in life sciences 
Researchers have identified biological signatures in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease to predict whether they will...
Researchers have harnessed triboelectric nanogenerators to improve the sensitivity of mass spectrometers.
Abnormal folding of proteins may help explain the emergence of life.
GTNeuro researchers on the cutting edge are exploring the frontier between our ears
Seven new faculty members, including several neuro-researchers, join growing interdisciplinary community
25th annual gathering at the Petit Institute featured ground-breaking research in neuroscience

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Georgia Tech students create Wobble device to help track recovery from head injuries
New research from Georgia Tech grad student in physics focuses on toroidal droplets and has implications for the life sciences.
Petit Institute researchers unravel the mystery of a frog's super-soft, super-sticky tongue
In the New York Times: Who knew that a frog playing an electronic game could lead to a groundbreaking discovery?
The super sticky frog tongue grabs wet, hairy, slippery surfaces better than engineered adhesives.
Georgia Tech doctoral student Alexis Noel discovers frog tongues are among the softest biological substances ever measured.
Petit Institute researcher, PhD student Alexis Noel discovers the secret of reversible frog spit
Implant developed at Georgia Tech zaps vagus nerve to treat inflammation.
National Cell Manufacturing Consortium led by Georgia Tech recognized by Georgia Bio
Petit Institute researcher receives industry growth award for long commitment to regenerative medicine research