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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.
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.
Researchers have developed a novel technology that could change how industry designs and casts complex metal parts.
Researchers have developed a prototype radiation-detection system that uses rare-earth elements and other materials at the nanoscale.
Innovations being developed at Georgia Tech are improving U.S. manufacturing capabilities.
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