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$32 Million Microelectronics Center “Open for Business” in Key Technologies Including Integrated Optics
1989 Economic Impact of the Georgia Tech Research Institute
A 1953 schematic diagram of EES' television telemeter.
A 340-kilowatt photovoltaic system, installed atop Georgia Tech Aquatic Center, produces enough electricity to provide 30-40% of the building's power needs.
A Better Indoor Environment: Studies Find that Inside Air Can Be Improved Without Raising Energy Costs
A GTRI engineer makes adjustments to what, at the time, was the world’s highest frequency millimeter wave radar, 1981.
A Look into the Maintenance of Windows: Expert Systems Honed for Historic Preservation May Meet National Need
A New Reason to Keep the Trees: Lost Green Space Creates “Heat Island,” Boosting Natural Hydrocarbons & Ozone
A New Strategy for Computing: Specialized Microprocessors May Bring Wider Use for Computer Eyes, Ears and Voice
A Systems Theory for Farming: “Land Ethic” Makes Individual Farm Decisions Fit Larger Environment
A Vision of Revitalized Industry: DARPA’s Dr. Michael J. Kelly Joins Georgia Tech’s Manufacturing Center
A Window into the Earth: New Software Tool Analyzes Ground Water Flow in 3-D Models
A peripheral nerve interface being developed at GTRI could lead to more intuitive control of prosthetic limbs, 2007.
A student intern works with GTRI's Dinal Andreasen on an exoskeleton that can be used to help rehabilitate injured people quicker and more effectively, 2006.
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Accessibility of Arthritis Sufferers
Advanced Transportation Technologies and Research Programs Brochure: 1994
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