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    • Research Horizons [Volume 15, Number 3, Winter 1998] 

      Stone, Amy; Robinson, Rick; McLees, Lea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998-04-07)
      Biotechnology - Research in bioscience and bioengineering is leading the way toward amazing medical breakthroughs in the next millenium.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 15, Number 4, Spring 1998] 

      Becker, T. J.; Goolrick, Faye; Meindl, James D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998-07-24)
      On-line Justice - Database provides bigger picture for court officials.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 16, Number 1, Summer/Fall 1998] 

      Toon, John; Sanders, Jane M.; Robinson, Rick; Bradley, John; Bates, Lincoln (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998-10-07)
      Taking the Pain Out of Needles - Microneedles being developed by Georgia Tech offer a painless technique for delivering drugs. Thinner than a human hair, they could improve administration of existing medications and open ...
    • Research Horizons [Volume 16, Number 2, Winter 1999] 

      Stone, Amy; Becker, T. J.; Sanders, Jane M.; Powers, C. Blake; Robinson, Rick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-01-14)
      Deciphering the Genetic Code - Georgia Tech researcher's computer program decodes more than 10 bacterial genomes.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 1999] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; McLees, Lea; Toon, John; Bates, Lincoln (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-05-28)
      Sick Cities Diagnosis: Traffic Gridlock, Air Pollution and Urban Sprawl
    • Research Horizons [Volume 17, Number 1, Fall 1999] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Goettling, Gary; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-10-26)
      Decades of Discovery and Design - Research Horizons recounts Georgia Tech research success stories.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 17, Number 2, Winter 2000] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Goettling, Gary; Robinson, Rick; Becker, T. J.; Hainsworth, Amanda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-02-15)
      Sensing the Subleties of Everyday Life - Aware Home with human-like perception could improve the quality of life for many, especially senior adults.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 17, Number 3, Spring 2000] 

      Toon, John; Sanders, Jane M.; Goettling, Gary; Becker, T. J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-05-22)
      Gorillas in the Bits - Remote sensing technology boosts efforts to protect engandered mountain gorillas and rebuild Rwanda's economy.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 18, Number 1, Fall 2000] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Toon, John; Becker, T. J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-09-10)
      High-Tech Highway for Rural America - "Virtual corporation" delivers video and high-speed data over telephone wires of small, independent telephone companies.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 18, Number 2, Winter 2001] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-02-16)
      Bioinformatics - Georgia researchers are finding genes and breaking barriers with bioinformatics.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 18, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2001] 

      Toon, John; Sanders, Jane M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-07-14)
      The Next Big Thing... Is Very Small
    • Research Horizons [Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 2001] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Toon, John; Goettling, Gary; Becker, T. J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-10-12)
      Tissue Engineering - Confronting the Transplantation Crisis. Helping Hearts. Reducing the Risks and Routine. Restoring Hope to Orthopedic Patients.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 19, Number 2, Winter 2002] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Toon, John; Gentry, T. Russell; Zimring, Craig M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002-01-25)
      Responding to Terrorism: The First Response - Researchers develop technologies to help rescue workers improve response in a chemical or biological attack.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 19, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2002] 

      Toon, John; Fullbright, Nancy; Sanders, Jane M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002-07-31)
      Powering the Future - Broad-based research program helps ensure tomorrow's energy supply. Fuel cells promise improvements in transportation, electronics and power generation. Methane gas hydrates. Georgia Tech helps ...
    • Research Horizons [Volume 20, Number 1, Fall 2002] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Goettling, Gary; Becker, T. J.; Toon, John; Renee, Twombly; Bostrum, Ann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-01-07)
      Quiet on the Hall - Researchers search for ways to reduce noise and improve sleep in nursing homes.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 20, Number 2, Winter 2003] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Toon, John; Goettling, Gary (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-04-06)
      Signals in the Sea - Researchers probe the ocean depths to learn how plants and animals communicate using chemical signals. Interdisciplinary training prepares students to address broad range of scientific questions. ...
    • Research Horizons [Volume 20, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2003] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Twombly, Renee; Bates, Lincoln; Becker, T. J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-08-15)
      Searching for the Unknown - Researchers make a case for space studies. Experimental microsatellite demonstrates autonomous operations. Study focuses on effects of high-risk, high-stress environment on space crew ...
    • Research Horizons [Volume 21, Number 1, Fall 2003] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Becker, T. J.; Goettling, Gary; Robinson, Rick; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-11-21)
      Computing at the Boundaries - Researchers in the Graphics, Visualization and Usability Center cross the boundaries of disciplines to define the future of computing.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 21, Number 2, Winter 2004] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Becker, T. J.; Toon, John; Hay, Mark E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-03-19)
      Under Attack - Information security battle will require computer users to make tough choices.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 21, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2004] 

      Sanders, Jane M.; Becker, T. J.; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-07-19)
      Target-and-Control Strategies to Battle Cancer - Researchers pursue new approach instead of traditional search-and-destroy methods to deal with cancer.