Georgia Tech’s executive vice president for research meets with national media to discuss federal funding and scientific...
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Petit Institute seed grants awarded to three interdisciplinary research teams
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Gabe Kwong Invited to Join Nation’s Brightest Young Engineers at 2017 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium
It’s a highly competitive and prestigious invitation, according to the National Academy of Engineering
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The Krone Engineered Biosystems Building gets its name from aerospace engineering graduate Roger A. Krone and his wife Helen...
Metastasis virtually halted in human in vitro cultures via gold nanorod photothermal therapy
Public, private universities enjoy unique, longtime collaboration in biomedical research and academics
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Energy-absorbing stairs developed by Georgia Tech and Emory researchers could help people with mobility issues
Research from Georgia Tech: How fire ants use their bodies to build wriggling Eiffel Tower-like columns
From the lab of Lena Ting: These stairs recycle your energy so they're easier to climb and descend
New research suggests fire ants use their bodies to build towers without a plan, leader, or coordination
Energy-recycling assistive stairs (ERAS) make climbing and descending safer, easier
New assistive stairs developed by Georgia Tech researchers put a spring in your step
Ant colonies' structural secrets offer model for designing swarm robots
New study from Georgia Tech shows how individual fire ants follow simple rules to achieve dramatic collective action
From the lab of David Hu: Fire ants build living towers that flow like fountains in reverse
New York Times Video: Georgia Tech researcher David Hu explains how an army of ants can self-organize and build things