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Researchers have found yet another worrisome trend impacting the health of the Pacific Ocean.
Turning numbers into knowledge. Powerful computers and sophisticated algorithms change the way research is done.
Georgia Tech researchers used high-speed cameras to watch how the sea butterfly (Limacina helicina) moves.
New research suggests how light vapor bubbles migrating and accumulating in parts of shallow volcanic chambers contribute to the effects.
Device fingerprinting can reveal attacks
A new study shows the extent of the challenge faced by the upstate New York distribution grid during Super Storm Sandy.
Microparticles form defect-free colloidal crystals, an unusual property not seen in systems made up of incompressible particles.
By increasing the level of a specific microRNA (miRNA) molecule, researchers have restored chemotherapy sensitivity in vitro to a line of human pancreatic cancer cells that had developed resistance to a common treatment drug.
Magazine Popular Science has honored Georgia Tech biologist Will Ratcliff on its annual list of “the 10 most innovative young minds in science and technology."
Extreme weather conditions associated with climate change may extend the ozone season in the Southeastern United States.
A carbon-based molecular sieve membrane could dramatically reduce the energy required to separate a class of hydrocarbon molecules.
Researchers have developed a clearer understanding of how platelets sense mechanical forces to launch the clotting process.
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