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dc.descriptionNOTE: This PDF file was created from original HTML files on GTRI's website. The file may contain contain links to URIs outside of SMARTech. The Georgia Tech Library and Information Center cannot guarantee the authenticity of resources that reside outside the domain.en
dc.description.abstractIssue includes: Strong as Silk: Researchers Use Bio-Enabled Technique to Produce Unique Nanoparticle Composites; Slithering Snakes, Swimming Lizards: Researchers Study Reptile Locomotion for Insights into Future Robotics; Keeping Their Cool: Researchers Develop Improved Techniques for Controlling Heat in Large Data Centers; Measuring Nanomaterials: New Statistical Technique Detects and Removes Errors to Improve the Precision of Experimental Data; Mapping and Imagery Display: FalconViewTM Goes Open Source for Corporate, Environmental, Government and Other Users; Chemical Defense: New Technique Analyzes Seaweed for New Drug Compounds; Safety First: Investigators Test Compliance of Nuclear Plant’s Warning System; Assessing the Disaster: Scientists Report on Damage from Cyclone Nargis, Which Killed 138,000 in Myanmar; Diagnosing Cancer: Researchers Pursue Many Different Directions Toward Early Detection and Diagnosis; Full Automatic: Missile Protection Upgrade Helps Military Pilots Focus on Job One; Buried Danger: New Testing Facility Is Helping Improve Land Mine Detection Equipmenten
dc.publisherGeorgia Institute of Technologyen
dc.subjectGeorgia Tech ePublicationsen
dc.titleResearch Horizons [Volume 26, Number 3, Summer/Fall 2009en
dc.contributor.corporatenameGeorgia Tech Research Instituteen_US
dc.contributor.corporatenameGeorgia Institute of Technology. Research News and Publications Officeen_US

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    Research Horizons features easy-to-understand stories on the latest research around the Georgia Tech campus.

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