Research Horizons [Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 2001]

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Title: Research Horizons [Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 2001]
Author: Sanders, Jane M. ; Toon, John ; Goettling, Gary ; Becker, T. J.
Abstract: Tissue Engineering - Confronting the Transplantation Crisis. Helping Hearts. Reducing the Risks and Routine. Restoring Hope to Orthopedic Patients. Flying on Mars - Nature's flight system could be the key to exploring the newest frontier. Counting Their Chickens - Researchers use machine vision technology to find poultry defects before processing. Q and A with Jean-Lou Chameau - The new provost of Georgia Tech, a native of France, talks about student success, technology transfer, diversity, his global perspective and his devotion to Georgia Tech. Weird Chemistry - Researchers study unique radiation-driven reactions in the extreme cold and high vacuum of Jupiter's moons. Putting a Price on Supply Chain Problems - Study links supply chain glitches with falling stock prices. Seeing 3D in Real Time - Visualization system could improve severe weather forecasting.
Type: Newsletter
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/8760
Date: 2001-10-12
Contributor: Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Tech Research Institute. Research News and Publications Office
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology

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