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The science behind sticky gecko's feet lets these materials pick up about anything, and now they could be easily mass-produced.
A trio of Atlanta health care and research institutions will play a leading role in helping to evaluate potential COVID-19 tests.
Georgia Tech researchers have created a prototype for an emergency ventilator with electronic sensors and computer controls.
Volunteer Georgia Tech researchers burn midnight oil to produce important enzymes that make coronavirus test kits work.
A new interactive modeling tool can help people understand why social distancing is so important.
The future of socially distanced lung and heart health monitoring could lie in this inconspicuous yet incredibly sensitive chip.
Smartphones could provide a critical service of automating contact tracing to control future COVID-19 outbreaks.
The dearth of coronavirus tests and the many false negatives confront doctors with a difficult decision this new tool helps them make.
If coughing in your sleeve is effective, face masks must be, too, and successes in Asia and Europe corroborate this, physicist says.
A new website has been launched to share information and recommendations about creating your own face masks.
A simple, low-cost ventilator based on the resuscitation bags carried in ambulances has been designed and tested.
The new Georgia Tech-Emory University Cognitive Empowerment Program provides new hope.
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