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In 2009, the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), Georgia Tech’s applied research organization, celebrated 75 years of solving difficult research problems for government and industry.
In 1934, the State Engineering Experiment Station (EES) at Georgia Tech started life with a budget of $5,000, 13 part-time faculty researchers and a few graduate assistants.
t Georgia Tech, researchers are pursuing many different directions toward improving existing cancer treatment methods and developing new therapeutic techniques.
T cell receptors may behave differently than expected, study says.
Researchers build first first self-powered nanoscale sensing devices
HuR gene may play key role in inflammatory diseases
High-capacity anode could boost lithium-ion battery performance
A new radar system will enable remote mapping of ice formations.
Placing contacts onto graphene changes the material's properties.
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