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Researchers from the Georgia Tech School of Mechanical Engineering is using novel digital technology to cast complex metal parts directly from computer designs, dramatically reducing both development and manufacturing time.
A new study led by the Georgia Institute of Technology provides further evidence of a relationship between melting ice in the Arctic regions and widespread cold outbreaks in the Northern Hemisphere.
Georgia Tech physicists have improved another form of quantum measurements.
Georgia Tech systems engineers are using computer models to help resource-poor nations improve distribution of breast milk and non-pharmaceutical interventions for malaria.
A new technique enables fabrication of free-standing piezoelectrically-active ferroelectric nanostructures from PZT.
The Tongue Drive System is getting less conspicuous and more capable.
An $8.5 million contract will support evaluation of multiple approaches for producing quantum memory.
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