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A study of more than 50 samples of Vibrio cholerae isolated from patients and the environment demonstrates the diversity and resourcefulness of the organism.
Advanced computer technologies speed development of real-world materials.
The LAMP System CPT6060 can be used to build highly complex and demanding ceramic cores and molds.
Scientists study flow of glacial meltwater into oceans.
When acidic materials are spilled, clean-up involves adding a base chemical to neutralize the acid.
The glaring difference in food choices between two groups of people in the Northeastern United States.
Visualizing gravitational waves offered an opportunity to apply simulation and visualization technology to help a broader audience share in the excitement the scientists were experiencing.
The rapid advance of artificial intelligence (AI) is raising concerns about robots acting unethically or choosing to harm humans.
Microbial communities found in shower hoses at a major U.S. hospital.
Researchers have fabricated model blood vessel systems with diameters as narrow as the smallest capillaries in the body.
Georgia Tech cultivates science and technology education for K-12 students and teachers.
Researchers have for the first time precisely manipulated bursting activity of cells in the thalamus, tying it to the sense of touch.
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