Georgia institute of technology

06.24.14
CNN wants to prove that drones are safe for news reporting
06.24.14

CNN wants to prove that drones are safe for news reporting

Stunning video footage like that from a recent tornado in Arkansas (see below) shows the potential...

By S. Dent,   06.24.14
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01.08.13
Ford teams up with Eaton, Whirlpool and SunPower to create MyEnergi Lifestyle, hopes to reduce everyone's CO2 footprint
01.08.13

Ford teams up with Eaton, Whirlpool and SunPower to create MyEnergi Lifestyle, hopes to reduce everyone's CO2 footprint

Trying to lower your utility bill? Maybe it's time you talked to a motor company -- Ford is on the...

By S. Buckley,   01.08.13
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08.19.12
Georgia Tech develops self-charging battery that marches to the owner's beat
08.19.12

Georgia Tech develops self-charging battery that marches to the owner's beat

One of the last times we saw the concept of a self-recharging battery, it was part of a high-minde...

By J. Fingas,   08.19.12
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08.07.12
Georgia Tech models swimming, cargo-carrying nanobots
08.07.12

Georgia Tech models swimming, cargo-carrying nanobots

The nanobot war is escalating. Not content to let Penn State's nanospiders win the day, Georgia Te...

By J. Fingas,   08.07.12
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07.18.12
Vibrating glove gives piano lessons, helps rehab patients regain finger sensation and motor skills
07.18.12

Vibrating glove gives piano lessons, helps rehab patients regain finger sensation and motor skills

We've seen a good number of electronic gloves before, and now researchers at Georgia Tech have dev...

By A. Santos,   07.18.12
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11.07.11
Nuclear clocks could be 60x as accurate as atomic counterparts, less prone to errors
11.07.11

Nuclear clocks could be 60x as accurate as atomic counterparts, less prone to errors

For years, atomic clocks have been considered the most accurate devices for tracking the slow ma...

By C. Barylick,   11.07.11
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10.31.11
Researchers use inkjet acumen to create wireless explosive sensor from paper
10.31.11

Researchers use inkjet acumen to create wireless explosive sensor from paper

Meet Krishna Naishadham and Xiaojuan (Judy) Song. They're researchers at the Georgia Institute...

By A. Toor,   10.31.11
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07.11.11
Georgia Tech engineers pull energy out of atmospheric hat, go on electromagnetic scavenger hunt
07.11.11

Georgia Tech engineers pull energy out of atmospheric hat, go on electromagnetic scavenger hunt

Mankind's about to plunge into the depths of a wireless sensor-powering ether binge -- braincell...

By J. Volpe,   07.11.11
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05.11.11
Sand-swimming robot gets vertical manipulation via doorstop-shaped head (video)
05.11.11

Sand-swimming robot gets vertical manipulation via doorstop-shaped head (video)

So it looks like a half-stuffed sock -- and it is, sort of -- but this sandfish-inspired search a...

By C. Trout,   05.11.11
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