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    • Adverse Effects of Wireless Radiation 

      Kostoff, Ronald N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-10)
      This monograph identifies adverse effects of wireless radiation as reported in the premier biomedical literature. It shows that most of the laboratory experiments that have been performed are not designed to elicit the ...
    • African Societies in Development: Critical Challenges and Successes : a Panel Discussion 

      Persons, Georgia A.; Uwaifo Oyelere, Ruth; Best, Michael L.; Chopra, Karan; Sebunya, Jumbe; Rosser, Sue V. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-20)
      In celebration of Black History Month, Ivan Allen College, Office of the Dean presented a panel discussion on African Societies in Development. Moderator, Georgia A. Persons, School of Public Policy, made introductions. ...
    • Choosing Our Energy Future: Town Hall Discussion of Georgia’s Options for Implementing the Clean Power Plan 

      Rochberg, Daniel; Brown, Marilyn A.; Kelly, Kevin; Hays, Karen; Elliott, Michael; Simoglou, Costas; Strickland, Matthew J.; Rumley, MaKara; Matisoff, Daniel C.; Southworth, Katie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-09-28)
      In August 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released the Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce carbon pollution from the U.S. power sector to 32% below 2005 levels by 2030. Georgia must submit its initial ...
    • Climate Change and Global Energy Security: Debate and Book Signing 

      Brown, Marilyn A.; Sovacool, Benjamin K.; Curry, Judith; McGrath, Robert T.; Norton, Bryan; Orlando, Thomas; Deitchman, Benjamin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-11-11)
      Four faculty at Georgia Tech participated in a debate focusing on the theses of the newly published textbook (Climate Change and Global Energy Security) coauthored by Marilyn Brown (Georgia Tech) and Benjamin Sovacool ...
    • Combining Tactical and Strategic Treatments for COVID-19 

      Kostoff, Ronald N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-03)
      As of mid-March, 2020, many countries in the world are on partial lockdown, to control the spread of the pandemic (COVID-19) resulting from the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. The only effective ‘treatments’ at this time are good ...
    • Communicable diseases are not communicable 

      Kostoff, Ronald N.; Briggs, Michael B.; Kanduc, Darja; Porter, Alan L.; Buchtel, Henry A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-10)
      Communicable disease is a misnomer. The disease is not communicable; the microbe mainly associated with the disease is communicable. Whether the recipient of the microbe develops the disease depends on the health of the ...
    • COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Considerations 

      Kostoff, Ronald N.; Kanduc, Darja; Porter, Alan L.; Shoenfeld, Yehuda; Briggs, Michael B. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020)
      The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has produced global health and economic adverse impacts. The main measures being taken to control the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and of the virus-associated diseases (COVID-19) are conceptually those that ...
    • COVID-19: Preventing Future Pandemics 

      Kostoff, Ronald N.; Briggs, Michael B.; Porter, Alan L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has had global health and economic adverse impacts. The main measures being taken to control the spread of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus associated with COVID-19) are conceptually those that were taken to ...
    • Designing Tools for Serendipity 

      Holbrook, J. Britt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-02)
    • Effects of Toxic Stimuli Combinations on Determination of Exposure Limits 

      Kostoff, Ronald N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018)
      This monograph addresses the effects of toxic stimuli combinations on determination of safe Exposure Limits. It shows these combinations 1) typically lower the threshold constituent exposure levels associated with damage ...
    • Ending Neutrality, Blocking Obscenity: EFF on Legislative Issues 

      Stoltz, Mitch (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-04-04)
      Net neutrality - the rule that broadband providers must treat all Internet traffic equally - has a contentious history and an uncertain future. Rules passed by the Federal Communications Commission in 2015 with strong ...
    • Games 

      Briggle, Adam; Holbrook, J. Britt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015)
      The long history of humans playing games to amuse or challenge themselves has been fundamentally transformed by science and technology. Science has studied in detail how games work, and technology has created whole ...
    • Global Research Council 

      Holbrook, J. Britt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015)
      At least since the formation of the Royal Society in 1660, science has envisioned itself as a global enterprise. Science is often touted as neutral territory concerned with the pursuit of truth independent of political ...
    • The Impact of Philosophy and the Philosophy of Impact: A guide to charting more diffuse influences across time 

      Briggle, Adam; Froderman, Robert; Holbrook, J. Britt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-05-26)
      Reflecting on the complexity of influence an individual research project can have, Adam Briggle, Robert Frodeman and Britt Holbrook try to get a handle on their own research activities and some of their impacts over the ...
    • Innovation in Manufacturing: Needs, Practices, and Performance in Georgia 2016-2018 

      Youtie, Jan; Shapira, Philip; Li, Yin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016)
      2016 report of the Georgia Manufacturing Survey (GMS) - a statewide study conducted every 2-3 years by Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute and the School of Public Policy to assess the business and technological ...
    • Interdisciplinary Integration After the Neuro-turn: Problems with the ‘Neurofication’ of Theology 

      Keestra, Machiel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-11-08)
      The recent emergence of neuro-disciplines like neuro-economics, neuro-anthropology, neurophilosophy and neuro-politics is exciting for those working in these ‘neurofied’ disciplines, as much as for cognitive neuroscientists ...
    • Knowledge Kills Action: Why Principles Should Play a Limited Role in Policy-making 

      Holbrook, J. Britt; Briggle, Adam (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-03-06)
      This essay argues that principles should play a limited role in policy-making. It first illustrates the dilemma of timely action in the face of uncertain unintended consequences. It then introduces the precautionary and ...
    • The Largest Unethical Medical Experiment in Human History 

      Kostoff, Ronald N. (2020-02)
      This monograph describes the largest unethical medical experiment in human history: the implementation and operation of non-ionizing non-visible EMF radiation (hereafter called wireless radiation) infrastructure for ...
    • Lessons from Ten Years of Nanotechnology Bibliometric Analysis 

      Youtie, Jan; Porter, Alan; Shapira, Philip; Newman, Nils (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-09)
      This paper summarizes the 10-year experiences of the Program in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (STIP) at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in support of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ...
    • Mapping the cybersecurity institutional landscape 

      Kuerbis, Brenden; Badiei, Farzaneh (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017)
      An exploration of cybersecurity institutional landscape suggests that ex post efforts like botnet mitigation, route monitoring and other activities involving information sharing seem to work under a variety of combinations ...