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April 7th, 2006

Center reflects latest science

Georgia Tech, known as an engineering school, has invested in developing the biological sciences over the years. It now has a bioengineering and bioscience institute and joint biomedical operations with Emory University. “Biotechnology permeates every aspect of everything we do. It’s a very interdisciplinary type of field because it is so pervasive in society,” said Dale Threadgill, director of the engineering faculty. Threadgill sees nanobio, a blend of nanotechnology and biotechnology, as the area with the biggest potential in the future.


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