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Georgia Tech launched HomeLab to help companies evaluate the in-home use of emerging health technologies designed for the aging adult population.
A new study proposes novel therapeutic targets for treating Huntington’s disease.
A new study is expected to provide detailed information on how infectious diseases may be transmitted on passenger aircraft.
Georgia Tech researchers used experiments and numerical calculations to show that iron, in the absence of oxygen, can substitute for magnesium in RNA binding, folding and catalysis.
Researchers have developed an automated system for deboning poultry.
Researchers have launched a new weapon designed to help companies fight back against malware threats.
ATDC, Georgia Tech's business incubator, graduated eight companies at its 2012 showcase event.
Researchers have found that the availability of hydrogen controls the structure of graphene oxide.
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