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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.
A dynamic model for microbial populations in healthy lakes could help scientists understand what’s wrong with sick lakes.
A new study shows the diversity and resourcefulness of Vibrio cholerae, the organism behind the disease cholera.
Georgia Tech has been chosen to be the Coordinating Office of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) program.
Researchers have described microbial communities found in shower hoses at a major U.S. hospital.
Researchers have developed a database of more than 10 million newspaper pages that is helping researchers see history with spatial information that hadn’t been available before.
Researchers have demonstrated a novel reconfigurable computing device that uses much less power than comparable digital devices.
Researchers have proposed using metamaterials to offer a new separation technique for chemicals and biomolecules.
Researchers are using device fingerprints to help secure the electrical grid.
In emergencies, people may trust robots too much, a new study has found.
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