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A new iPad application helps students understand how variables affect blackbody radiation.
Researchers have shown that modulating the immune response to injury can boost nerve regeneration.
A technique known as uncalibrated visual servoing could make the remote control of robots more intuitive.
Georgia Tech is the newest node in NSF's Physics of Living Systems Student Research Network.
A study of more than 6,000 genes in a common species of yeast has identified the pathways that govern instability in GAA/TTC repeats.
Researchers have developed a self-charging power cell that directly converts mechanical energy to chemical energy.
An automated system allows rapid study of tiny animals used in genetic research.
Margaret E. Kosal the possibility of nano-meter scale technologies being used by rogue nations or organizations to create a global security threat, and potential countermeasures, in her new book.
Computational modeling shows how micro-swimmers could overcome the challenges of swimming at the micron scale.
A new Braille curriculum is giving skills to ex-offenders and producing materials for the blind.
A new software tool allows users to perform in-depth analysis of modeling and simulation data, then visualize the results on screen.
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