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Georgia Tech’s discovery and development of new and improved materials – those that revolutionize consumer electronics, for instance – lead to wide-ranging technological advances.
Details of the unique adhesion system used by remoras could lead to new bio-inspired adhesives.
Researchers have developed a new way to create graphene p-n junctions.
Researchers have created a substantial electronic bandgap in graphene suitable for room-temperature electronics.
A new technique for connecting carbon nanotubes could facilitate use of the structures as interconnects.
Researchers have shown that modulating the immune response to injury can boost nerve regeneration.
Researchers have developed a self-charging power cell that directly converts mechanical energy to chemical energy.
Computational modeling shows how micro-swimmers could overcome the challenges of swimming at the micron scale.
Georgia Tech researchers have advanced the case for extracting carbon dioxide directly from the air.
A new "triboelectric" generator harnesses energy from friction betweeen two surfaces.
Researchers have found that the availability of hydrogen controls the structure of graphene oxide.
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