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Researchers have developed a new technique for investigating phase transitions in materials by examining the acoustic response at the nanoscale.
Researchers have demonstrated a new process for rapidly fabricating complex three-dimensional nanostructures from a variety of materials, including metals.
Some impacts of global climate change will appear much sooner than others.
Researchers have developed a sensor to show the location of hydrogen peroxide inside living cells with high resolution.
Georgia Tech advances autonomous machines and small spacecraft.
Current El Niño conditions in the Pacific Ocean are seriously damaging coral reefs.
Optical sensors make environmental sense.
Khatereh Hadi looks at how to improve health care through design.
Research on autonomous technology is developing increasingly sophisticated capabilities in air, marine, and ground robotic vehicles.
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and computer modeling have combined to produce an understanding of how atomic-scale deformation mechanisms determine the structure and properties of nanomaterials.
Origami adds a new wrinkle to the creation of sturdy structures.
Researchers are tapping information found in the cells of all life on Earth, and using it to trace life’s evolution.
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