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Researchers have developed a flexible, wearable sensor for measuring how much salt a person consumes.
Researchers have found a "braking" mechanism in G protein signaling.
Tiny cancer signals of the glycoprotein sort evade detection, but they'll have a hard time dodging the new "chemical octopus."
Researchers have found a new way to get drugs and genes through cell membranes.
A near-infrared light, similar to that of a TV remote, combines with gold nano-particles to flip a gene switch in T-cells to hyper-activate them inside of tumors.
The Severe Storms Research Center is helping improve the ability to forecast tornados and other severe storms.
Researchers are creating a connected new world through the internet of things.
GTRI researchers are helping streamline the mission planning process for aircrews.
This robot is designed to lure in digital troublemakers who have set their sights on industrial facilities. HoneyBot will then trick the bad actors into giving up valuable information to cybersecurity professionals.
New Frontiers Beckon Math and Biology in Multimillion Dollar NSF-Simons Project
Researchers have studied how passengers move about on aircraft to evaluate potential transmission of respiratory infections.
Bucking conventional wisdom about semiconductors, a new class of light-emitting materials is flexible, easily produced from solution, and could be painted onto a surface.
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