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FalconView celebrates its 20th anniversary with new 3-D and mobile versions of the mission planning software.
The biosciences are big at Georgia Tech. Researchers discuss what’s happening and how they see the future.
VentureLab helps Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students launch companies.
Sidewinders are giving up the secrets to their graceful motion and teaching rescue robots how to climb sandy slopes.
Georgia Tech has helped the U.S. Army develop and build a system for testing missile warning devices used on aircraft.
Researchers have made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, molybdenum disulfide.
Researchers have developed an automated imaging technique for measuring and analyzing the root systems of mature plants.
Researchers have learned how sidewinder snakes climb sandy slopes, and put that knowledge to work with a snake-like robot.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a new type of foam – called capillary foam – that solves many of the problems faced by traditional foams.
Researchers have developed a novel method for improving silicon-based sensors used to detect biochemicals and other molecules in liquids.
A team of six faculty members at the Georgia Institute of Technology has been awarded a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for air pollution research.
Georgia manufacturers are enjoying higher profits, but they may be shortchanging investment in future-focused technology and innovation.
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