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A new study has found that certain emissions from cars and coal-fired power plants promote processes that transform naturally occurring emissions from trees into organic aerosols.
A new study has identified how one important gene helps cancer cells break free from the primary tumor.
Using molecular "hats," researchers have developed a way to sneak biomaterials containing the signaling molecules into living animals.
A species of small fish uses a homemade coral-scented cologne to hide from predators, a new study has shown, providing the first evidence of chemical camouflage from diet in fish.
The Taj Mahal’s iconic marble dome and soaring minarets require regular cleaning to maintain their dazzling appearance, and scientists now know why.
Georgia Tech researchers have designed a new approach that could lead to underwater imaging lidars that are much smaller and more efficient than the current full-size systems.
A new study shows how this climate system responds to various pressures, such as changes in carbon dioxide and ice cover, in one of the best models used to project future climate change.
A new project will provide computational tools designed to help identify and characterize the gene diversity of the residents of microbial communities.
Georgia Tech has launched a redesigned Research Horizons magazine, along with a new website and digital e-zine.
Needles almost too small to be seen with the unaided eye could be the basis for new treatment options for glaucoma and corneal neovascularization.
Executive Vice President for Research Steve Cross introduces the new Research Horizons.
Pablo Vega, a fifth-year graduate student in the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, studies how older buildings are damaged during earthquakes.
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