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Georgia Tech’s discovery and development of new and improved materials – those that revolutionize consumer electronics, for instance – lead to wide-ranging technological advances.
Researchers developed a new microgel drug delivery method that could extend the effectiveness of pancreatic islet transplantations.
Researchers have done what may be the first kinematic study of the slingshot spider, which catapults its web to catch insects.
Portable disinfection chambers that use ultraviolet (UV) light to inactivate virus particles could allow PPE to be quickly disinfected.
New research expands the understanding of origami structures, opening possibilities for mechanical metamaterials to be used in soft robotics and medical devices.
New membrane technology could reduce carbon emissions and energy intensity associated with oil refining.
A new study shows that ozone gas could provide a safe means for disinfecting certain types of PPE.
It was so obvious the country was going to have a hand sanitizer crisis, but few wanted to acknowledge it.
The spontaneous formation of hollow structures in nanometer-scale antimony crystals could make them useful in lithium-ion batteries.
The science behind sticky gecko's feet lets these materials pick up about anything, and now they could be easily mass-produced.
A new website has been launched to share information and recommendations about creating your own face masks.
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