Research Horizons [Volume 14, Number 2, Summer/Fall 1996]

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dc.description.abstract Helping Printed Circuit Boards Take the Heat - A novel experimental technique for observing and recording PCB warpage is now available to the electronics industry. en
dc.description.abstract Defusing Contaminated Soils ... with Plants - Researchers explore how plants convert TNT into less hazardous compounds.
dc.description.abstract Gorillas in the Bits - Zoo Atlanta and Georgia Tech create the first virtual reality zoo exhibit.
dc.description.abstract Rotman Lens Offers Inexpensive, Electronically Scanned Antenna - This prototype operates at millimeter wave (MMW) frequencies, offering an inexpensive, rugged, reliable and compact alternative to current MMW antenna technologies.
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dc.publisher Georgia Institute of Technology en
dc.title Research Horizons [Volume 14, Number 2, Summer/Fall 1996] en
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dc.contributor.corporatename Georgia Tech Research Institute. Research News and Publications Office en_US

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