Research Horizons [Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 2010]
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Institute of Technology. Research News and Publications Office
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Issue includes: Ice Radar: NASA Grant Enables Development of Novel Radar to Map Ice Formations Remotely; Serious Gaming: Entertainment Technology Yields Results for Research Ranging from Defense to K-12 Education; Energy-Efficient Separations: Researchers Use Computational Modeling to Design Improved Membrane Technology; Nano Defense: New Book Explores Potential Chemical and Biological Threats from Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; Killer Seaweed: Researchers Offer First Proof That Chemicals from Seaweeds Damage Coral on Contact; Designing Molecules: New Photonic Material May Provide Properties Needed for All-Optical Switching and Computing; Growing Blood Vessels: Bio-engineered Materials Promote the Growth of Functional Vasculature, New Study Shows; I Spy A Red Balloon: Georgia Tech Team Wins Key Insights and a Second-Place Finish in DARPA Network Challenge; Greenhouse Gases: New Study Documents Reaction Rates for Three Chemicals with High Global Warming Potential; Teraflop Troubles: The Power of Graphics Processing Units May Threaten the World’s Password Security System; Battery Boost: Lithium-Ion Anode Uses “Bottom-Up, Self-Assembled” Nanocomposite Materials to Increase Capacity; Blast Protection: Crew-Focused Design and Sacrificial “Blast Wedge” Could Improve Survivability in Light Armored Patrol Vehicles.