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Researchers have developed a new technology to sort human cells according to their stiffness, which might one day help doctors identify certain diseases in patients, according to a new study.
Researchers are evaluating the use of electronic flight bags based on tablet computers.
Newly-published research suggests that climate variability may be more predictable than previously assumed.
Researchers have discovered that under typical culture conditions, mammalian cells prefer disc-shaped nanoparticles over those shaped like rods.
A new study helps explain why forests of carbon nanotubes aren't as stiff as scientists expected.
Researchers have compared energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and total cost of ownership for electric and diesel trucks.
At the nanoscale, the properties of containers holding liquids can affect their viscosity.
Research have made microscopic, bottle-like structures with corks that melt at precisely-controlled temperatures, which could potentially release drugs inside the body.
NIH has awarded Georgia Tech a $2-million research grant to unravel the mechanical forces at play in lymphedema.
Researchers have discovered how cells repair a potentially devastating kind of DNA damage.
A study of protein membranes could provide drug designers with a new target for anti-microbial compounds.
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