Research Horizons [Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 1999]

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Title: Research Horizons [Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 1999]
Author: Sanders, Jane M. ; McLees, Lea ; Toon, John ; Bates, Lincoln
Abstract: Sick Cities Diagnosis: Traffic Gridlock, Air Pollution and Urban Sprawl Hydrogel Medical Implant - Unique biomaterial for artery and knee cartilage replacement is undergoing testing for FDA approval. Connecting Neurons and Behavior - Invertebrate experiments show the peripheral nervous system is critical in sensing stimuli and producing sex-specific behavior. Life or Death Communication - Indirect speech is common in communications between commercial airline pilots. Studying Stealth - The Air Force will begin operation of the world's largest wide band bistatic imaging and radar cross section test facility. Weighing the Pros and Cons of Attracting New Business - Communities are using economic development software developed at Georgia Tech to analyze costs and benefits. On-the-Spot Training - An electronic job performance system provides factory workers with help as they need it.
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Type: Newsletter
Date: 1999-05-28
Contributor: Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Tech Research Institute. Research News and Publications Office
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology

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