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Georgia Tech has found a method to engineer energy-efficient filtration membranes to recycle pulping wastewater.
Both humans and alligators share a common four-chamber heart structure, but unlike mammals, alligators have built-in antiarrhythmic protection.
Research into "blobs" formed by worms and robots could help developers of swarm robots better utilize emergent behavior.
The mesmerizing flow of a sidewinder moving across desert sands has captivated biologists for centuries, but questions remained about how the snakes produce their unique motion.
Using X-ray tomography, a research team has observed the internal evolution of the materials inside solid-state lithium batteries as they were charged and discharged.
A new imaging instrument will be able to simultaneously study both the surface of a biological sample and its chemical composition.
Georgia Tech has named Eric Vogel, professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering, to be executive director of the Institute for Materials.
Karen Fite, who has led Georgia Tech's economic development efforts in the Enterprise Innovation Institute, has retired.
Researchers have proposed a new principle by which active matter systems can spontaneously order, without need for higher level instructions.
Georgia Tech is part of a team that has been selected to manage the DOE's Savannah River National Laboratory
Georgia Tech researchers have helped select the right RNA-seq data analysis tools.
A Georgia Tech a faculty member and an alumnus are being honored with a Test of Time Award. Mustaque Ahamad and Vijay Balasubramaniyan received the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) award for their paper on Pindrop.
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