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A new revolution in semiconductors could transform lighting and solar energy, and this is what their crazy physics look like.
A new long-acting contraceptive designed to be self-administered by women may provide a new family planning option.
There is some good news, too: No “stop work” orders impacting Georgia Tech’s performance
A tweak to our flu vaccine resupply logistics could save thousands of lives
Researchers have determined what controls formation of two different nanoscale crystalline structures in cobalt.
Seth Hutchinson has been named executive director of the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines.
Georgia Tech is assessing the impact of the partial federal government shutdown that began on December 21.
A Georgia Institute of Technology and Piedmont Heart Institute project to create tissue-mimicking heart valve models using advanced 3-D printers has been named one of the best new technologies of the year.
Separations researcher William J. Koros has been named a fellow in the National Academy of Inventors.
As students, faculty, and staff leave campus for the holidays and semester break, Georgia Tech officials will be keeping a watchful eye on Washington, D.C.
A new study examines the roles of supporting scientists in the research enterprise.
This smartphone app can check hemoglobin levels with 97% accuracy.
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