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Researchers have received funding to screen and evaluate adjuvants that may improve the ability of coronavirus vaccines to simulate the immune system.
Good thing humanoid robots don't have feelings because people think they are pretty incompetent.
Physical evidence has spoken, and it clearly says that volcanic activity does not push El Nino and La Nina events.
Two Atlanta universities have created barrier protection devices designed to contain the droplet spray and aerosol produced during certain medical procedures.
Using the Mini Rover, researchers have studied locomotion techniques that could help future rovers work on granular lunar and planetary surfaces.
Supply chain disruptions and other operational factors will affect the ability to restart the world's economy.
The science behind sticky gecko's feet lets these materials pick up about anything, and now they could be easily mass-produced.
The presumed immunity of those who have recovered from the coronavirus infection could allow them to substitute for susceptible people.
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.
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