Research Horizons [Volume 17, Number 3, Spring 2000]

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dc.description.abstract Gorillas in the Bits - Remote sensing technology boosts efforts to protect engandered mountain gorillas and rebuild Rwanda's economy. en
dc.description.abstract A Material World - Materials science and engineering research enables technologies that are improving life.
dc.description.abstract A Match Made in the Lab - Georgia Tech assumes science and technology co-management role at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
dc.description.abstract Picking Up Good Vibrations - Engineers merge two technologies for better power pole crossarm inspections.
dc.description.abstract Fueling the Fire - Investments in university research help ignite $136 million Digital Furnace deal — and new Yamacraw broadband design jobs.
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dc.publisher Georgia Institute of Technology en
dc.title Research Horizons [Volume 17, Number 3, Spring 2000] en
dc.type Newsletter en
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dc.contributor.corporatename Georgia Tech Research Institute. Research News and Publications Office en_US

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