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A study documents how "helpful" scientists support the careers of others.
A device designed at Georgia Tech is part of the Hurricane Imaging Radiometer being tested by NASA.
Researchers have developed a new way to create graphene p-n junctions.
An online tool creates personalized vaccination schedules for children who have missed certain immunizations.
Research shows that microneedle patches can be used to immunize against measles.
A new study will examine how diversity will help the microbial community respond to man-made changes.
Researchers have created a substantial electronic bandgap in graphene suitable for room-temperature electronics.
Researchers are developing a technique for predicting the amount of protein-degrading enzymes a specific person would produce.
A new technique for connecting carbon nanotubes could facilitate use of the structures as interconnects.
Primates' brains see the world through triangular grids, a new study shows.
A new study could hopping robots accomplish their missions with less energy.
More Georgia manufacturers have been benefitting from in-sourcing work than have been losing to outsourcing.
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