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dc.description.abstractIssue includes: GTRI at 75: The Georgia Tech Research Institute Celebrates 75 Years of Problem-Solving – and Looks Ahead to the Next 75 Years; Jeweled Beetles: Scientists Unlock Optical and Liquid Crystal Secrets of Iridescent Metallic Green Insects; Drug Trouble: Patent Challenges Reduce Pharmaceutical Innovation and Productivity, Researchers Suggest; Treating Cancer: Researchers Develop and Improve Techniques for Attacking Cancer on Multiple Fronts; Hidden Solar Cells: Three-Dimensional System Based on Optical Fiber Could Provide New Options for Photovoltaics; Bioremediation Bacteria: Systems Biology Reveals Diversity in Key Environmental Cleanup Microbes; Cutting Fuel Cell Cost: New Sulfur- and Coking-Tolerant Material Could Expand Applications for Solid Oxide Fuel Cellsen_US
dc.publisherGeorgia Institute of Technologyen_US
dc.subjectGeorgia Tech ePublicationsen_US
dc.titleResearch Horizons [Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2010]en_US
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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