Research Horizons [Volume 23, Number 2, Winter 2006]
Becker, T. J.
Sanders, Jane M.
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Plastic Panache - COPE aims to be the country's premier research and educational resource for flexible organic photonic and electronic materials.Seniors Slipping - Study showing diminished response and accuracy in numerical cognition among senior adult gorillas may lead to insight on the human aging process.100-to-1 Bandwidth - New planar design allows fabrication of ultra-wideband, phased-array antennas.Quantum Memory - Researchers demonstrate storage and retrieval of single photons transmitted between remote memories.Crisis Talk - GTRI helps implement statewide interoperable communications system.Free Birds - Researchers are helping unmanned aerial vehicles be more independent.HAWKEYE Support - Software tool supports complex electronic and mechanical systems.Measuring Up - CardioMEMS’ new medical device combines wireless and MEMS technology to monitor blood pressure of aneurysm patients.Close Encounters of an Electromagnetic Kind - GTRI's testing center helps manufacturers reduce interference between medical devices and electromagnetic emissions.Smaller is Better - Nanoengineered silicon-germanium microchips may herald new applications from radar to space exploration.Sensing Support - SENSIAC helps military advance technologies for defense sensors.Danger in the Sky - Researchers are developing better air defense systems for U.S. military aircraft.