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Thermophotovoltaic technology could directly convert heat from solar thermal to electricity.
Animal evolution may have sputtered in sparse, uneven ocean oxygen. New model offers insights for probability of complex life on exoplanets.
An emulator program is helping the U.S. Army test software updates to get them fielded faster.
Soaking certain carbon fiber composites in alcohol enables the pieces to be recycled
A novel three-dimensional solar cell design will soon get its first testing in space aboard the International Space Station.
Engineered "sand" may offer the potential for improved cooling of electronic devices.
The 2014-2015 marine heatwave – often referred to as the “warm blob” – had its origins in weather patterns that started in late 2013.
A new study used a robot to help understand how the first land animals moved about.
Researchers have developed a flexible, generic data-fusion software that simplifies interacting with sensor networks known as the Internet of Things.
Going beyond alternative energy sources like wind and solar, Georgia Tech researchers are finding new eco-friendly and efficient ways to harvest the ambient and abundant energy that’s all around us.
Georgia Tech researchers are working on technologies and policies to make the vision of self-driving cars a safe and viable reality.
The more powerful our devices get, the more heat they generate. Georgia Tech researchers are finding ways to take the heat off.
Tech’s regional engineers, who live and work in the areas they serve, are taking the Institute’s manufacturing expertise to companies around the state.
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