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Protein adaptation provides evidence for hot, acidic Early Earth.
Bird embryos provide insights into cancer and wound healing.
Researchers have made graphene nanoribbons with metallic properties.
Imaging system inspects the quality of sandwich buns exiting an oven.
Predicting age of T cells could improve cancer therapy
A new composite material could help cool high-power electronics.
Tropical seaweed may be the source for a new antimalarial drug.
Georgia Tech now serves a broad range of companies with a goal of helping them compete better in world markets.
Researchers step closer to automating sedation in hospital ICUs
Georgia Tech and Emory University medical device startup receives $5M.
Georgia Tech is helping two African nations with database technology.
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