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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 are developing a family of generators that provide power by harnessing the triboelectric effect.
Researchers have created magnetic replicas of pollen grains using a wet chemical process that preserves the particles' shape.
A pair of carbon nanotube arrays will be flying in space by the end of the year to test technology that could provide more efficient micro-propulsion for future spacecraft.
Recent progress in phononics has led to the development of new ideas and devices that are using phononic properties to control sound and heat, according to a new review in Nature.
Christopher Jones has been named Georgia Tech's new associate vice president for research.
A new grant will fund research to advance an additive manufacturing technique for fabricating three-dimensional nanoscale structures.
A new study helps explain why forests of carbon nanotubes aren't as stiff as scientists expected.
At the nanoscale, the properties of containers holding liquids can affect their viscosity.
Researchers have developed a sensor device that converts mechanical pressure directly into light signals.
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