Publications & Resources
Studying Type I diabetes for answers.
Searching for a cause
Each year, about 15,000 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
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A look at CardioMEMS, a growing company making wireless sensing devices for the human body.
New companies and jobs are emerging from Georgia's research universities. GRA is a major reason why.
GRA Eminent Scholar Joe Tsien peers inside the inner workings of the human brain.
Blocking the spread of HIV:
A drug being developed by GRA Eminent Scholar Vasu Nair may someday keep people with HIV from developing AIDS.
How one Eminent Scholar's discovery led to software protecting computer networks everywhere.
A pipeline of opportunity:
GRA's VentureLab program propels discovery and invention from the university to the marketplace.
Ramping up human trials:
The Emory Vaccine Center is making major strides toward an AIDS vaccine.
Stopping viruses in their tracks:
New drugs use RNA interference to keep viruses from replicating in the body.
fighting (cyber) crime:
Damballa takes a one-of-a-kind approach to defending computer networks.
Peering into the future:
GRA premieres a new TV show about breakthrough university research in Georgia.
Grappling with the mysteries of deadly diseases.
GHSU discovery may help the body fight cancer.
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