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In a northern Minnesota peat bog, Georgia Tech researchers are studying how microbes metabolize organic carbon.
Advanced computer technologies speed development of real-world materials.
Georgia Tech cultivates science and technology education for K-12 students and teachers.
Turning numbers into knowledge. Powerful computers and sophisticated algorithms change the way research is done.
Autoimmunity can contribute to heart disease, diabetes and Crohn's disease. Georgia Tech has been awarded a $2.3 million NIH grant to employ computation in the study of genetic variants and their influence on susceptibility.
GTRI researchers are adapting optical techniques to enhance U.S. electronic warfare capabilities.
Materials scientists have developed a new strategy for crafting one-dimensional nanorods from a wide range of precursor materials.
For two decades, geneticists have been using computer simulations to reconstruct genes and proteins millions of years old. But do their algorithms really work? A new study says: Yes, and how!
New fabric can simultaneously harvest energy from both sunshine and motion
AVIA allows testing of autonomous systems while they are under development.
Georgia Tech will receive $13.5 million to continue its assistance program for manufacturers.
Magazine Popular Science has honored Georgia Tech biologist Will Ratcliff on its annual list of “the 10 most innovative young minds in science and technology."
Extreme weather conditions associated with climate change may extend the ozone season in the Southeastern United States.
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