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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.
Researchers have combined microgels with robust polymer networks to create a new repair material.
Researchers have identified opportunities for scalable membrane materials.
A technique for producing oxide nanowires directly from bulk materials could dramatically lower the cost of producing the nanostructures.
Researchers are developing a tool that could help cardiologists treat patients with heart valve disease.
Georgia Tech is working with Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines on procedures for repairing composite parts.
Strong experimental indications of a rare quantum phenomenon could open doors into understanding the mystery of matter.
A simple solution-based processing technique could help reduce the cost of polymer solar cells.
For years, production managers at Mueller Inc. would stay late in the day or arrive in the wee hours of the morning to sketch out plans on paper for cutting parts out of giant rolls of steel.
When Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines Inc. announced plans to purchase scores of new airplanes from Airbus and Bombardier, the carrier made clear its focus was on remaking its fleet with lighter, more fuel-efficient aircraft.
To illustrate just how significant manufacturing is to the U.S. economy, three numbers alone tell the story.
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