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Georgia Tech researchers are working with colleagues at the CDC to produce coronavirus antibodies that could lead to improved testing techniques.
Researchers have done what may be the first kinematic study of the slingshot spider, which catapults its web to catch insects.
An new app made available to Georgia Tech faculty, staff and students uses smartphones to help control the coronavirus.
Portable disinfection chambers that use ultraviolet (UV) light to inactivate virus particles could allow PPE to be quickly disinfected.
Evil armies of internet-connected appliances could be hijacked to slightly manipulate energy demand, potentially driving price swings.
An initiative launched by Georgia Tech and supported by a community of companies has helped produce nearly 2 million face shields.
New research expands the understanding of origami structures, opening possibilities for mechanical metamaterials to be used in soft robotics and medical devices.
New dashboards at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are sorting public health data to make it more productive, with the help of researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).
A new statistical study may help dispel lingering doubts about whether to be concerned that people without Covid-19 symptoms are spreading the disease.
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.
Georgia Tech has developed an automated and centralized system for replenishing PPE stock in research labs.
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