Research Horizons [Volume 24, Number 1, Fall 2006]
Becker, T. J.
Sanders, Jane M.
Tummala, Rao R.
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Bridging into DENTISTRY - Researchers take aerospace, manufacturing, military and materials technologies to the dental chair.Half-Terahertz Performance - Georgia Tech/IBM team demonstrates first 500 GHz silicon-germanium transistors.Opening a Door into Cells - Research shows how ultrasound can deliver therapeutic molecules into living cells.Flying on Hydrogen - Georgia Tech researchers use fuel cells to power unmanned aerial vehicle.Mimicking Nature - Researchers imitate Lotus leaves for self-cleaning photovoltaic arrays, non-stick microelectromechanical systems and high-voltage insulators.Chlorine's Casualties and Counsel - Nation's worst chlorine gas spill wrecked havoc, but research reveals lessons learned.Sun Shield - Report shows signs of recovery in atmospheric ozone that protects Earth from ultraviolet radiation.Moving Next-Generation Electronics Beyond Moore's Law - Georgia Tech develops the fundamental concept behind the "Second Law of Electronics" for digital and bio-electronics convergence.Nanotechnology Integration - Georgia Tech launches facility to merge biological and physical sciences at the nanoscale.