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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.
A new fabrication technique could dramatically reduce the amount of platinum needed to provide catalytic activity in such applications as fuel cell electrodes.
Researchers have created a broad color palette of electrochromic polymers.
An intelligent keyboard that could change the traditional way in which a keyboard is used for information input.
Georgia Tech is among a dozen institutions that are part of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, a $20 million research center.
As the nation marks the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we reflect on the catastrophic impact the storm had on New Orleans and the entire Gulf Coast region.
Researchers have developed a new capacitor dielectric material that provides an electrical energy storage capacity rivaling certain batteries.
Capillary action inside glass tubes coated with a hydrogel behaves in unexpected ways.
A new fabrication technique could reduce the amount of platinum needed for fuel cell electrodes.
Georgia Tech researchers are improving the strength and modulus of carbon fibers.
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